The Lab of Things is being used for teaching, and for a variety of class projects. The following is a partial list of classes taught and project videos resulting from these classes. If you are using the Lab of Things for teaching, please let us know by sending us as an email. If you are planning to use the Lab of Things for teaching, the following resources would help.
Comprehensive Lab of Things curriculum spanning one full semester has been developed by Kookmin University, Korea. The material includes, introduction to HomeOS, introduction to the Lab of Things services, and instructions for developing drivers, scouts and apps for HomeOS. Go to the curriculum page.
Teaching material including a primer to C# and introduction to the Lab of Things (thanks to Nilanjan Bannerjee, University of Maryland, Baltimore County)
The Lab of Things team can also provide a small number of devices on loan, a Skype session for students presented by LoT developers, or other such incentives. If you are interested, please email us a short proposal.
Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST)
A Smart Home Demo using the Lab of Things: Evaluating the Lab of Things for building smart home applications
This video gives an overview of key research areas in the CPS lab at DGIST and how the students are using the Lab of Things to demonstrate some smart home scenarios. The team also gives a high level introduction on how the Lab of Things work and how to get started. Note the entire video is in Korean. Professor: Sang Hyuk Son, RTCPS Lab, DGIST Project contact: Minsu Jo
Our early explorations with HomeOS are documented in a series of student created videos here.