Tutorial on how to make a Home Environment Hub

I went to Maker Faire a couple of weeks ago and came across a company called Initial State, who makes beautiful software where you can look at your built environment data in real time dashboards. In this blog post, they have a tutorial on how make a simple “Home Environment Hub” to monitor different variables inside of a room: Raspberry Pi: Home Environment Hub. Using a Rasberry Pi 2, a GrovePi+ and a handful of sensors, you can capture and monitor home data variables like temperature, humidity, light and sound levels. I want to try this and I thought that it might be of interest to others in the microBEnet community.



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Holly Ganz

Holly Ganz is a project scientist at UC Davis working with Jonathan Eisen on the microbiomes of built environments where animals live.