Automated Window Blinds with Arduino

I’ve always toyed with the idea of automated window blinds – its another product of the modern world that just won’t agree with the circadian rhythm – however, I don’t have access to the headers on my blinds (think: parents) and haven’t progressed therebeyond.


Home Awesomation however, has.

Home Awesomation

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~ by Alexander Riccio on April 12, 2013.

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