I’ve been working on an Arduino compatible device to work as a finished product. Out of the box, it’s designed to link to mobile apps and make home automation more accessible. Right now, I’m working to get it into production via Kickstarter:http://kickstarter.com/projects/916146896/customctrl
For less than the cost of an Uno, ethernet shield, plug and shipping, you can give your Arduino project a finished look, remote internet access and a host of new functionality.
In the spirit of the platform, hardware design files and software for the device will all be released open source. There should also be a fair amount of flash space left on the Atmega and a handful of Analog and Digital I/O headers for adding to the code.
Importantly, it will add Z-Wave, Insteon and some Zigbee HA capabilities to the Arduino platform. Arduino does X10 well, but X10 leaves a lot to be desired. We’ve also releasing a free web-service that relays messages, giving the benefit of dynamic DNS without the router configuration.
Take a look at the site, support if you are interested and let me know if you have questions, suggestions, or ideas.