Oliver Winkler has designed and developed the new smart home assistant that incorporates a touchscreen display, together with camera and voice control technology to help you manage your life.
The L.U.C.Y. home assistant has this week launched via Kickstarter with the aim of raising €100,000 and is available to back with pledges starting from just €358 for early bird backers.
L.U.C.Y. takes the form of a 17 inch display complete with companion application. Watch the promotional video below to know more about what L.U.C.Y. is capable of providing and how she can help your day run even smoother. If you are interested in creating your own DIY smart mirror you can use a Raspberry Pi mini PC.
The developers of L.U.C.Y. based in Germany explain a little more about its inspiration and design.
We have been working on L.U.C.Y. for over a year now and we are happy to introduce this project to you. We feel like it is about time to bring L.U.C.Y. to more homes and share this great idea. With your help we can make L.U.C.Y. even better and add more development power to the team. Your pledge will help us deliver a friendly and discrete assistant that will enhance real life experiences.
We need you to get L.U.C.Y. in the hands of users and developers everywhere. We need your support to overcome the initial costs for tooling and materials. Support the world’s first home assistant with touch screen and camera and own one of the first L.U.C.Y. home assistants for a much better price. This first production batch of L.U.C.Y. will be shipped in December 2016.
For more information on the new L.U.C.Y. home assistant jump over to the Kickstarter website for details and to make a pledge by following the link below.