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fastcompany:

With Nest scooped up by Google for $3.2 billion, one company believes there’s room for another sleek smart thermostat.

Spark wanted to show it could create an open-source Nest-like thermostat using Spark Core, its Arduino-compatible development platform for building Internet-connected hardware. The result isn’t an exact duplicate, but it’s not a bad approximation for a day’s worth of work. For example, instead of a glass and aluminum enclosure, which Nest uses, Spark opted for acrylic and wood for its prototype. 

An open-source, Nest-like thermostat, built in one day

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    This is a great deal, imagine living an android home 5-10 years from now.
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