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Home Assistant and Python based Open Source home automation

#HomeAssistant and #Python based #OpenSource home #automation

Home Assistant is an open-source home automation platform running on Python 3. Track and control all devices at home and automate control. Perfect to run on a Raspberry Pi. Control all your devices from a single, mobile-friendly, interface.

Know more on the project website home-assistant.io

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F-Engrave – open source gcode generator for CNC Engraving and V-Carving

F-Engrave – #opensource #gcode generator for #CNC Engraving and V-Carving

F-Engrave is a text or image to g-code program (for both engraving and v-carving) that is written in python and is based on the text engraving software. Imports DXF and Bitmap images and support CXF and TTF fonts. Know more on Project Site

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Apollo 11’s Source Code Released on Github

Original Apollo 11 Guidance Computer (AGC) source code for the command and lunar modules.

Original Apollo 11 guidance computer (AGC) source code for Command Module (Comanche055) and Lunar Module (Luminary099). Digitized by the folks at Virtual AGC and MIT Museum. The goal is to be a repo for the original Apollo 11 source code. As such, PRs are welcome for any issues identified between the transcriptions in this repository and the original source scans for Luminary 099 and Comanche 055, as well as any files I may have missed.

Github repo: https://github.com/chrislgarry/Apollo-11

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OpenBCI – Open Source Brain Computer Interface (BCI)

#OpenBCI – #OpenSource Brain Computer Interface (BCI)

OpenBCI stands for open-source brain-computer interface (BCI). The OpenBCI Board is a versatile and affordable bio-sensing microcontroller that can be used to sample electrical brain activity (EEG), muscle activity (EMG), heart rate (EKG), and more. It is compatible with almost any type of electrode and is supported by an ever-growing, open-source framework of signal processing tools & applications.

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5 open source home automation tools

5 #opensource #homeautomation software stacks

With an ever-expanding number of devices available to help you automate, protect, and monitor your home, it has never before been easier nor more tempting to try your hand at home automation. Whether you’re looking to control your HVAC system remotely, integrate a home theater, protect your home from theft, fire, or other threats, reduce your energy usage, or just control a few lights, there are countless devices available at your disposal.

opensource.com has listed some of the open source stack home automation application. These software runs on personal computer to a Raspberry Pi. Read more on opensource.com