Controlling Real-World Devices

Control Your House Anywhere, Anytime by David Bello

Have you ever wanted to hack a Roomba, find an easier to answer the
buzzer to your apartment building, or turn lights on and off remotely?
What if you could do it with your phone?  CYHAA by David Bello makes it easy to turn the lights in your house
on and off.

Not only did David create a simple and powerful tool for
controlling real-world objects, he also used the voice recognition engine from LavaRock HQ, which was
created by Twilio customer Kurtis Welch at Magma Software.

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