Andreas Gal has taken to Kickstarter this month to launch a new personal smart assistant called Sense, which has been designed to provide personalised intelligence to your connected home.
Watch the promotional video below to learn more about the Sense smart assistant but is capable of being the eyes, ears and brain of your modern connected household, say its developers.
Sense is a beautifully designed, powerful, and intelligent addition to any modern connected home. Powered by Silk, Sense can detect your presence, recognize your voice and gestures, learn your preferences, and choreograph your connected devices to respond to you appropriately.
Sense is the first product running Silk, a powerful new platform for connected devices that utilizes local processing and deep learning to bring a new age of responsiveness to the connected devices all around us.As the eyes, ears, and brains of the home, Sense can better take into account context, people, places, time, objects, motion, gestures, audio and more, all while keeping your personal data safe at home.
Silk-enabled hardware, like Sense, has the ability to act based on you and your family’s needs, helping you live your life by making the devices around you more responsive. Lights can turn on when you need them… Music that you like will play… Sense can adjust the thermostat … Sense can do all of this automatically because it knows your preferences and routines.
And Sense keeps getting better! Just like smartphones, Sense can run third party applications to allow for new and exciting capabilities personalized just for you.
The Sense project is currently looking to raise $100,000 in pledges to make the jump from concept to production. So if you think Sense is something your connected home could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge from $225 for early bird backers and help the smart assistant become a reality.
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