What I like about Souliss versus having used traditional home automation hardware (like Z-Wave) is you aren’t restricted to what modules are available. You can craft your own using a lot of familiar hardware like Arduino’s (and I’m sure Raspberry Pi’s in the future). It’s not restricted to specific methods of communication either, you can do wired or wireless or wi-fi or serial or whatever you can use to get your devices to communicate. Great project!
Here is a video showing some RGB LED strips being controlled with Souliss. Sure this isn’t the traditional turn-my-coffee-pot-on demo, but it looks cooler!