Hacked Security System Creates Holiday Light Show
Albuquerque, NM, Nov 30, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
Phantom Data Services is pleased to announce that its PhantomLink Wi-Fi Light experiment will soon be released as an open-source project. The PhantomLink Wi-Fi Light started as a simple experiment to see if the PhantomLink Wi-Fi security device could be modified for other purposes. After just a few tweaks, the device was transformed into a full color light display that can generate any number of colors and patterns, and is controlled wirelessly over a Wi-Fi connection. Multiple units can even be synchronized to music.
This wireless light display is driven by control software that runs on any Wi-Fi enabled computer. The control software is able to generate numerous effects, as well as provide a sophisticated sequencing environment that can synchronize various PhantomLink lights to a music source. These capabilities make it ideal for creating a fully customizable light show that can distributed throughout a room.
A complete set of instructions, along with a free download of the control software, will be released early next month. A sneak preview of this exciting new capability is now currently available on the PhantomLink website. Visit http://www.phantomlink.com/lab/light.aspx to see demonstration videos showing the system in action.
PhantomLink.com provides do-it-yourself remote security monitoring solutions. PhantomLink.com was developed by and is operated by Phantom Data Services, LLC, a New Mexico limited liability company specializing in advanced website development and web-enabled technologies.
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