Reside@HOME happens to be another project I have been working on and had developed its Linux server and desktop stacks. An open-source build of the Reside@HOME client will be available once the product is in a state ready for release. Reside@HOME has been in development for many years and I had first talked about this project back in 2007 on Phoronix as Linux for health-care. For those interested in more information, in 2008 I also did an interview with LinuxDevices.com.
As there will surely be some to complain about Flash being used for the video, I did not create this video and it's meant for those with limited computer knowledge and not Phoronix readers. Also pardon the cruddy interface (granted, it's a Linux environment designed for those with Alzheimer's, Dementia, etc) and other areas of the client stack that are still actively being developed.