diyHue brings together multiple Smarthome Solutions into one Ecosystem.
Combine ready made Bulbs, Lights, Sensors and Devices with your own DIY Lights made from cheap ESP8266 Microcontroller (Wemos D1 mini, Node MCU etc.) and some affordable LEDS (e.g. WS2812b Strips).
Providing a environment for the DIY Enthusiast and users that like the convenience of ready to use Products.
How it works?
To Name just a few:
– ZigBee lights (using Raspbee module, original Hue Bridge or IKEA Tradfri Gateway)
– Mi-Light bulbs (using MiLight Hub),
– Neopixel strips (WS2812B and SK6812) and
– any cheap ESP8266 based bulb by replacing the firmware with a custom one.
Written in Python, making it suitable to run on all small devices such as the RaspberryPi.
Arduino sketches are provided for the Hue Dimmer Switch, Hue Tap Switch and Hue Motion Sensor.
Lights are two-way synchronized so any change made from original Sensors and Switches will also be applied to the Bridge emulator.
diyHue - Map
Overview of diyHue Compatibility
Get Diyhue - Hue Emulator
Install on a dedicated Machine - e.g. Raspberry Pi
Install and run in a Docker Container
Run on OpenWrt
diy smart Lights
Flash your ESP8266 with the Firmware provided, add some LEDs and you have your own smart Light ready to brighten your Home.
Incl. Entertainment Function!