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com and in this video I will be showing you what my channel is all about. Intro Welcome to my smart home. This is a system I designed that is a large majority of diy home made smart devices.. When I say DIY I mean I designed and coded most of these devices., But let me emphasize the I part as I designed and coded this, so YOU do not have to.. There is very little brain power involved on your part. If you choose to follow my system, all you would have to do is follow simple instructions, and you, too will have a smart home similar to mine.. This youtube channel, as well as mksmarthouse.com, will be a giant recource full of simple and easy to follow, guides on how to make these devices. In addition to how to put this low cost system together. – Yes, I did say low cost, because the parts for these devices do not cost a lot of money., But enough talking as the explanation part of this will be a separate video. Speaking of if this video reaches 100 likes, I will release it sooner than it is planned. anyways let’s just get into the demo To start off, let’s talk about voice control. As of right. Now I am using the amazon echo dot as well as siri on my iphone and on my apple watch in the future. I am also looking into voice control on android.. That being said before, we continue.

Please make sure that if you have an amazon echo, please make sure it is set to mute, or else it may get triggered by my commands. Alexa turn off MK Light Alexa turn on MK Light, Alexa turn off computer setup. So, as you saw when I triggered it to turn off my computer setup, it turned off my monitors and it also turned off my USB accessories as well as power to these devices. So right now, if I wanted to turn on this printer, I cant. Alexa turn off TV Setup. So, as you saw, it turned off, the tv turned off the sound system and it turned off the xbox 360 Lets move over here for the next ones. Alexa turn on Zone 1, Alexa turn on Zone 2, Alexa turn on Zone 3. I dont know if you heard that, but there were clicks going on and those were the power being distributed more on that later.. There are many more commands for the echo, but those are just a few. Next let’s move on to siri., So we are going to be using siri on my apple watch, which is right: here., Hey siri turn on Samsung Tv And, as you saw, it turned in My samsung tv., Hey siri, turn on sound system, See sound system turned on Hey siri turn on xbox 360. So now, if I go over to my xbox and press power, it can turn on., Hey siri turn on Dell Monitors See the monitors came, online.

Lets go back to the sprinkler system., Hey siri turn off sprinkler system. I dont know if you heard the clicks, but they did click More on that later. Same thing with the echo. Those were just a few commands. There are many more but just to keep this video a little shorter. I won’t say them. All. Dont worry. There will be a another separate video for that.. Now let’s take a look at the different user interfaces as well as the different devices. You can control the system from. First and my favorite is the wall mounted interface. I like it because you can turn anything on or off at any time, and it is motion. Activated., Let’s, turn off the Lights, turn them back on and then let’s also turn off. The samsung tv, as you can see over there its off and lets turn it back on.. Another cool thing is that if I cast something to the chromecast i can play, and I can pause as well as control the volume. Also let’s set the LED Strip to blue to set the mood while watching an MK CarGarage video for those wondering its. My car channel link below, if you are interested., So lets, go over to LED Strip control and choose the color blue. So now, if we pan back over to the TV setup, the color is blue on camera. It looks a little purple, but it is actually blue. We can also set it to green and many many many more colors to choose from literally any color you would want, but lets go back and pause the video.

. In addition, I can also control the security system from here. It shows me the status of the system, the status of the door, and I can also turn it on from here. So let’s enter the password and press enter to turn it on. And, as you can see, the security system did turn on.. Speaking of let’s. Do a quick demo of one its features, which is that if I open the door, the LED Strip will turn to red, and I will get a notification on my phone. As you can see, the door is closed. Now, if I open it, the LED Strip turned to red and I got a notification on my phone.. Lastly, my favorite thing is the fact that I can control the blinds from here, so we can close open and set them to half., And here is a full clip of showing them opening and closing and setting them to half.. Next is the mobile device user interface, which works on IOS and android. On android. As you can see, we can have all the devices to control.. I can also see the temperature humidity and if there is fire inside the home. Lets just turn on the tv setup and turn on the computer. Setup. IOS control is pretty much the same thing as android, but on IOS you can also control stuff from the home. App such as turn off the tv setup and turn on zone 1, which is the sprinkler system, but since it is currently winter I don’t have it connected.

Instead, I have it connected to the fire sensor for demo purposes.. Finally, I can access the system from pretty much any web browser so to do so. Alexa turn on computer setup and, as you can see, I currently have it open and have access to all the different control devices.. For the last part of the video. I am going to quickly show you the devices and exactly which ones are controlled as well as which ones send information.. This will not be detailed, because the more detailed information will be in the next video, which is the explanation one.. This is the control wall and it is basically what controls the entire house. Dont worry about the gray panels. We will not be touching those instead, we will be focusing over here on the network and servers for the smart home.. Next is the door sensor and it sends information to the server. As you can see. If we open it, then on the tablet, it changes state.. Moving to the right, we have the sprinkler system which we can control the different zones. Attached to. That is the fire sensor, so if I activated zone 1, then the fire sensor will send a notification. In the media center over. Here we have a power strip which I can individually control the different devices, such as the tv sound system and the xbox 360.. Also, I can control the led strip and choose any color. As we keep moving right.

We can see the blinds which, as you know, are controllable. So currently it has 3 functions, open, close and half.. Then. Finally, we have the desk, which also like the media center, has a power strip and each component can be individually controlled, the monitors, macbook charger and the accessories. So thats it. That is my smart home, smart room, but those are not all the devices. There are some that I did not show, and there are ones that I am also currently working.. If you are interested in making or learning how to make these devices – or even if you just like smart home tech, then subscribe, because there are plenty of videos coming. Speaking of if you guys want to see the next video faster than it is scheduled, then help Get this video to 100 likes. Also go to mksmarthouse.com and on the home page vote for which device you would like to have a guide for first.. While you are there, you can get some more information on MK SmartHouse.. Finally, if you want some behind the scenes and what I am currently working on then follow mksmarthouse on social media. The links are in the description.. Alright, thank you for watching and if you have any questions, leave them in the comments section or head over to the mksmarthouse.com forum, where you have a better chance of it. Getting answered.

 
 

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  1. This is not automation… this is remote control. Also your “home automation control pad” is just a central control pad – as a custom home theater and automation installer back in the 1990’s, this stuff bugs me to all heck. Nothing like a $2M+ home and you walk into a room and there is a thermostat, next to a whole-house audio controller, next to a Crestron touch screen, next to a bank of 8 wall switches or a Lutron multi-channel light controller. As with most of the customers I worked with who had systems like that, eventually you will grow to be annoyed at the complexity of it, and good luck with guests.

    Where the automation comes in is what you do later once you have the hardware integrated (which is what this video basically is).

    Let me tell you what automation is like.

    Around 30 minutes before the time that you wake up in the morning, your thermostat sets itself to a wake-up temperature in your room an the rooms you will move through, your water heater ramps up from an overnight temperature of 150°F to 185°F. about 10 minutes before you wake up, your hot water recirculation system ensures that all of the cold water in the building’s lines has been rotated back to the water heater, and your coffee maker starts. At the time your alarm goes off, your whole house audio system slowly ramps up to a gentle ambient volume and your lights ramp up over 5 minutes. When you get out of bed, your home’s motion sensors detect that you’ve gotten out of bed and cancels the alarm, while turning on the light to your bathroom and closet. As you walk to the shower, the water begins running and sets to your prefered temperature, and the moisture ventilation fan ramps to high. As you step into the shower, your whole house audio system starts reading you your overnight emails, and gives you a brief on your early morning tasks and any big schedule items on your plate for the day. As you step out of the shower the water turns itself off, and the ventilation fan slowly ramps down tracking the ambient humidity. As you get dressed and situated, your smart mirror shows you the traffic for the route you’re expecting to take to work, and the weather for the day. As you leave the bathroom, the lights turn themselves off and the light to the hallway and the kitchen turn on (based on your routine). Your coffee is ready to take from the coffee maker and your music gently fills only the room you are in to prevent bothering your family. As you finish your breakfast and put your dishes away, your refrigerator takes inventory of what you consumed and uploads it into your health tracker. To keep you on schedule, you are reminded by your TTS assistant of the major items you need to bring with you as you leave, if your phone’s bluetooth is detected in a room where you are not located, it will remind you to grab your phone. As you head to the door (or a bit before on colder days), your car’s remote start fires up the car, disarms the front door and unlocks it. The house sees your bluetooth phone address exit through the front door when the door contact opens and closes, then sees your bluetooth phone address enter your car. Your route to your first appointment of the day is automatically uploaded by your assistant into your car’s navigation system, and your music playlist or channel continues where it left off as you left the house. Your kitchen lights turn off, and your home phone forwards your calls to your cell phone. As you pull out of your driveway the front door re-locks and the home/armed mode is set back to your alarm system to protect your family.

    Later as the last person leaves your home, the system ensures your windows are closed and the blinds drawn, locks the doors, sets the away mode for your alarm system, and changes the setpoint of your thermostat to reflect the home is unoccupied, but keeps track of humidity and air changes to avoid wear and tear on your home’s structure and your possessions, and keep VOCs down. Your water heater is allowed to coast down to a lower temperature to save energy. Your WiFi is shut off so that it’s not an attractive nuisance, and all of the phone ringers are muted so that a caller can’t hear the phone not being picked up (all calls are routed to your mobile anyway). As anyone approaches your home who is not your family, the CCTV cameras on the outside will recognize that the person is a mailman, delivery driver, or some other authorized presence (like a utility meter reader) – based on pattern recognition of the person’s movements and direction of travel on the property. If the person begins looking in windows or trying doors, the video feed is sent to your alarm company for visual verification, and if needed they contact you and dispatch the necessary officials. As everyone is out of the house, roombas (vacuums and mops) are going around cleaning everything

    As dusk sets in, your home’s exterior security (landscaping) lights slowly ramp up to maintain a minimum illumination for your CCTV cameras and your neighbors to be able to see around your property.

    As your day comes to a close, you get in your car, and your home is notified that you are on the way back based on your patterns. Your ETA is tracked and your home gauges home much time is needed to bring the home back up to occupied environmental conditions. Your water heater ramps up, hot water is circulated, and the HVAC system brings the temperature back up or down to an efficient point based on outdoor reset. As your car is detected pulling into your driveway, your exterior lights come up to a welcome mode. As you exit your vehicle, the alarm system changes only the front door to disarmed, unlocks the door, and turns on your entry lights. As you walk through the front door, your home announces a status of the exterior and room motion detectors “Yard and rooms all clear, would you care to disarm the home?” You reply “Yes” and it sets the security system to off, and your phone calls are routed to your home phone so that you can put your phone on the charger and leave it alone. As you walk towards each room the lights ramp up and your music follows you, with the lights and music slowly dimming out as you leave each room. As the rest of your family heads home, your assistant gives and ETA so that you can prepare a dinner. Based on what your system’s inventory of your food knows you have, it makes a recommendation on what to make in the time allotted – you make a selection verbally. As you walk into the kitchen to make dinner, your over preheats to the correct temperature for the recipe you’ve selected and the recipe is displayed on the counter where you will prepare your food. As you measure out each ingredient needed, the assistant listens and checks off each ingredient, and highlights your next steps. As you finish the preparation, the system detects that you’ve opened the oven, and that you’ve inserted a dish with the weight of the recipe, and as your close the oven door, the system announces it has begun the timer for you. As the rest of your family get home their phone calls are routed to the home phones. You get to talk with your wife and family as they do their homework and make plans for the rest of the week. Your system tells you when it’s time to set the table, so that when you are finished, the cooking will be done and it’ll be ready to plate. As you sit down to dinner, the system inventories that the phones are on their charging cradles in their respective owner’s rooms, and the home phone is put into screening mode, while the WiFi is throttled or turned off. As you finish eating, the hot water is again circulated so that it’s ready for cleanup. As your children’s bedtimes approach, their rooms are warmed up to promote sleep, and over >15 minutes the color temperature of your lights shift to a warmer white. As your children get into bed, the temperature in their rooms begins a slow hour-long ramp to a lower temperature. As you shuffle off to your room for the evening, the exterior doors are again locked, the blinds are drawn closed, and the alarm sets itself to a home/armed. The lights in the unoccupied rooms fade to off, and the nightlights to the floor gently illuminate the major walkways. Your closet and bathroom lights ramp up so that you can get ready for bed, you are asked by your assistant if there are any last minute reminders you need to set which you do verbally and verify on your smart mirror. As you walk into your room from the bathroom, the bathroom lights fade to off, and the water heater settles in for the night. As you get into bed, the lights slowly dim and become more yellow, targeting an “off-time” of at least 8 hours before your next wake alarm is set. Your home phones is set to screening mode again, with automatic ring-through if it’s a family or know urgent number, your WiFi is again throttled or turned off to encourage kids to sleep. You fall asleep, having not had to touch a single remote control or push a button on or look at the status of a wall controller all day, and everything operated as if your home “knew you like an old friend”. As you sleep, roombas quietly go around the rooms with high foot traffic from when you and your family were awake to prepare for another busy day.

    That’s automation, and most fo that can be easily done today, some of it is still possible.doable, but a bit harder.

    1. Can’t deny that there has been a lot of work put into this project tho and kudos for that ! But also agree with the above comment. Although needing a lot more work than ready made systems, automation like you mentioned is possible with open source platforms as well (openHAB & Home Assistant) and that is great news I think for any DIY’er .

    2. “When i get home and my mobile connects to my wifi from 50mts from home, my gate opens + the outside light switches on based on a solar switch(Night) + 10 seconds later the garage door opens. When i drive into the garage, i select “Arrival” on my app and my gate and garage door closes immediately and 1 min later, the lights switch off.
      The best part is that IF i do not select “Arrival” within 90 seconds, the security system panic is triggered and the security call me to check if all is ok while an armed response is on their way….”
      …but enough of the dream life.
      Can someone make it come true!

  2. more complications than solutions. until smart tech gets for real smart, ill buy some of those, but right smart tech is a tragedy.

  3. Muchachos esta bien este acercamiento a la tecnologia smart pero en mi entendimiento el concepto smart indica que elimina complicaciones de los sistemas anticuados de siempre; La tecnologia smart para mi por el momento genera mas complicaciones que soluciones. Tan simple que es prender y apagar la luz de tu habitacion con un boton.

  4. I used this concept with some twists and customization and it worked great with google home even for outdoor and rural area.

  5. Hey man, very cool video. I’m a developer and I started to get interested on making a project like yours. I understand that you use some kind of smart outlets, or something, I have this doubt, how would you tell you outlet to turn on via what looks to be a custom made app? Do those outlets have some kind of API or how does that really work? If you could point me on the right direction I would appreciate. Subcribed you channe btw 😉

  6. This is not a smart home, just voice activated power plugs… Smart home should make all of your needs without commands… With an example, when you enter the room, the lights should open, and your sound system should play your favorite songs and it should pick play list from your apple watches datas. Maybe your heartbeat rate, your temperature etc.

  7. shutting off computersike this will damege electronics because most computers don’t have interuptable power supplies and talking to turn no thibgs is anoying to me I working with plc controller which I am getting to turn on the lights when I come in and turn off when the door is closed unless the motion sensor is active and if items inactive lights go off in 2 minutes can also controll curtains depending the light coming in. not as many features but 27 input and 17 outputs with expandability my plc controller does cost around 1300usd and the display is like 1200usd

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