Fancy controlling your home lighting using your voice? If you do, you might be interested in a new voice activated light bulb adapter called the Vocca which has been designed by Ori Indursky.
The voice activated light bulb adapter has been designed to provide a simple plug and play setup that requires no special installation and no wireless connectivity. To find out more about the new Vocca lightbulb adapter watch the video after the jump.
The Vocca system is based on voice recognition technology created by Sensory, and the adapter uses TobyRich Bluetooth Smart and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) app design. Its creator explains a little more:
“SmartBulbs are a pretty smart gadget, but they lack one very important thing, a good user experience for everyday use. Who wants to pull out their smartphone to control lighting? VOCCA is focused on real life use rather than being “cool” for a week.
The regular light switch still works when VOCCA is connected so habits don’t need to change. It’s a product for life as you don’t need to buy a new one when your bulb dies. Vocca is on 24/7 in search of the trigger phrase. Once found, it commands its relay to transfer the power from the mains to your light bulb and voila – there’s light (or darkness).”
The Vocca project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise enough pledges to make the jump from concept to production.
So if you think Vocca is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help the voice activated light bulb adapter become a reality.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Top News