Thanks for posting my IoT work! I had a blast building this stuff.
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Dan graduated summa cum laude from North Carolina State University with dual degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering. Dan attended NC State on full scholarship program with General Motors. After working with GM, Dan served as application development director for the largest Microsoft Business Solutions Partner in the Carolinas. During this time, Dan's team won two Microsoft Pinnacle awards. For the past 10 years, as Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer of, Logical Advantage (www.logicaladvantage.com), a software consulting business, Dan has successfully architected and delivered web-based and mobile applications for many Fortune 500 companies. Dan focuses his energies on emerging technologies, and ensuring that all projects are architected to meet the client's current and future needs. Dan collaborates with his Chief Solutions Officer and other architects to create technical standards, including coding standards, tools, and platforms. He holds a leadership role in the local Microsoft Enterprise Developer's Guild and has been on the steering committee for over a dozen years.
Thanks Greg for the post about my project!
I just extended the home automation project with an Internet of Things cat toy with a servo controlled laser and a servo controlled mouse puppet controlled by netduino plus 2, the Kinect, and has a mobile app too. I'll post a video online soon and will be demoing the project at Carolina Code camp in Charlotte NC, plus at CodeStock in Knoxville TN and at an Internet of Things Lunch and Learn at Logical Advantage in Charlotte NC. Anybody interested can tweet me at @logicaldan for the details.
Thanks for the post Greg! The ch9 highlight on "Connecting your Netduino to your Kinect" was actually done by a friend of mine, Brady Gaster, who now works for Microsoft.
This blog post does make 6 times that ch9 has highlighted my work though! The blog post "Home Automation with some help from jQuery Mobile, MVC and Netduino" is another one of my channel 9 highlights.
I'm really stoked to have my work highlighted again on ch9!! Thank you!
Read more about my projects and see sample code at:
I built a lab for the Kinect and netduino too: http://lab.logicaladvantage.com/
Awesome! Thanks for posting! I want to let you know that I made a much cooler video with better lighting: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H1cJL4WBQMI&feature=relmfu
For those of you interested in netduino, Kinect, jQuery Mobile or any of my home automation projects discussed in the blog then please follow me on twitter: @LogicalDan
Nice write up - thanks Greg!
Thanks for the post Greg!!!
My latest addition to the project is a mobile front end using jQuery mobile and HTML5. I will post another article on the Code Project soon.
Please see my last article on the project including the source code: http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/314774/Home-Automation-with-Netduino-and-Kinect
Thanks for the post!!! The source code for my netduino .net micro framework projects is available along with more detail on The Code Project: http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/314774/Home-Automation-with-Netduino-and-Kinect