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The Whistled: Control Your Home Lighting by Whistling (Made by Limpkin Electronics)

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					The Whistled: Control Your Home Lighting by Whistling (Made by Limpkin
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Mathieu Stephan from limpkin.fr just released a new electronic gadget that renders the act of
flipping switches completely useless.
"The whistled" is a small and cheap device that detects whistles to switch on/off your home lighting.
The project is open hardware and open software, encouraging people to tweak it as they wish.

Lausanne, Switzerland, July 29, 2013 --(PR.com)-- www.thewhistled.com

The whistled is a tiny, cheap platform that runs advanced algorithms to detect people whistling. Its main
use is lighting control, but will also work for all projects that electronic enthusiasts may have.

As seen in the video embedded in the whistled website, it is very simple to set up and will detect all the
very different types of whistles.

This project is part of the open hardware and software initiative, therefore Mathieu includes all the
sources in his website www.limpkin.fr.

The project is hosted on tindie, a new website designed to promote electronic projects, to sell them to the
public.

Future families of whistled are planned, where the whistle detection part will already be included in
different appliances.




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