Anyone looking for a way to easily control applications and smart devices for home automation, may be interested in Nuimo, that takes the form of a freely configurable, wireless controller that also supports gesture control.
Numio has been created by Senic and has been designed to provide a natural and intuitive way to interact with your devices creating links using Bluetooth and supporting already supporting existing systems created by Sonos and Philips Hue to name a few.
Watch the video below to learn more about the features of functionality of the Nuimo home automation system, that has launched on Kickstarter this week looking to raise €55,000. Senic the systems developers explain a little more :
“Nuimo is a freely programmable controller and wireless so you can take it anywhere. Using the nuimo you can control all of your devices through our simple and seamless physical controller.
Unlike the touch screen, nuimo has a number of touch based inputs that feel familiar and suit your needs. It incorporates capacitive touch, gesture recognition and a 360 degree analog ring that gives you precise control over everything from the volume of your music to switching off your lights. These inputs are easily mappable to the devices and applications you care about most. The LED matrix on the face of the device lets you change apps quickly or event display a timer app in the kitchen.”
For more information on the new Nuimo jump over to the Kickstarter website for details via the link below. If you are thinking of setting up a home automation system you might be interested in our Home Automation Hubs and Systems Guide.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Hardware, Top News