College Freshman Completely Automates Dorm Room

College Freshman Completely Automates Dorm Room
technology

UC Berkeley student programmed his lights, curtains, and music to turn on/off with a push of a button or simple voice command like 'party mode.'

Allie Walker
  • 3 may 2012

College dorm rooms tend to be pretty bland.  Harsh florescent lighting, cramped space, and sterile tile floors are the norm for most students. Some roommates try to personalize the space with matching bedding or window treatments, but one college freshman has taken room personalization to a new extreme–he’s automated everything in his dorm room.

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