Several Chinese University Students Use Nokia N8 To Control Their Automatic House

by Johan on December 5, 2010

Several Chinese university students have successfully created a fully automatic house concept in a big container. The automatic system in this house is controlled by an app that combines 8600 line codes running on Nokia N8 via Wi-Fi connectivity. Measuring at only 9 square meters, the container has everything that is require for modern human’s daily life, which includes a wind turbine generator system to produce electricity. They spend three months and 120,000 Yuan (about 18,000) to built a whole project. Watch the video after the jump to get more details.

[Youku via ClonedInChina]

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