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The best thing about working in Open Source is when you get to see what users are able to accomplish with your software. Here Mario Neugaertner demonstrates the OpenRemote user interface he has created for his office space.

It includes control of lights and blinds and open window detection, controllable from iPad. We especially like what Mario did with the customized sliders to represent blinds in the UI. The photo work is also impressive and the UI in general looks fantastic.

Great work Mario and thanks for showing everyone where OpenRemote can go! Looking forward to the updates too

Added by Administrator , last edit by Administrator on Oct 30, 2011 20:28

  1. Nov 30, 2011

    Nicolas THIBERT says:

    Simply awesome. I was thinking on doing something like this when I found this vi...

    Simply awesome. I was thinking on doing something like this when I found this video while looking for some ideas.
    I'll never reach this level of achievement.
    Congratulations!

    1. Dec 22, 2011

      mathieu chomette says:

      Great... the exact idea that I expect from a remote system .... but where to get...

      Great... the exact idea that I expect from a remote system .... but where to get the photoshop script (NtExportLayer) ?

      1. Dec 23, 2011

        Nicolas THIBERT says:

        Unfortunately, I can not help. I obtained a very nice result, like the one above...

        Unfortunately, I can not help.
        I obtained a very nice result, like the one above shown in the video.
        I designed the panels and devices with Gimp, measured the x,y coordinates of the devices on the pictures, and report the figures inside the controller.xml.
        I'm pretty proud of the result, even if not exactly finished.

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