Singlecue – Gesture Control For Home Devices

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singlecue Gen 2 - gesture control for home devices (TVs, Apple TV,...

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Last update was in: February 27, 2019 7:34 am

The Singlecue lets you control your existing home devices with a simple wave of your finger or hand. With it in the room, there’s no need to search for remotes (or fiddle with different apps) to make your Apple TV, Hue lights, Cable Box, Nest thermostat, etc. do what you want them to do.

All you have to do is make a few hand gestures. Imagine turning on the lights and turning down the heat with just a wave. How about muting the TV with a simple “shush” gesture?

How awesome is that, right?

So how does it work? Well, it’s essentially the lovechild of a XBox Kinect and a universal remote control. It can send either commands to devices (just like a remote control) or communicate with them over Wi-Fi, if they support it. This flexibility means it can work with over 100,000 different devices.

Basically, it will finally tie together all of the smart devices in your home into a unified system you can control with, literally, a flick of your wrist.

To get it setup, simply power up the Singlecue, connect your existing home devices with the mobile app, and enjoy home control at your finger tips.

The only potential downside is that it won’t work in total darkness as it uses the ambient light in a room to “see” you. Personally, I don’t see it as a problem. Mainly because it prevents me accidentally turning random things around the house on and off when I’m in bed.

Singlecue – Gesture Control For Home Devices: Product Details

  • Dimensions: 12.2 x 3 x 4 inches.
  • Weight: 1.5 pounds.
  • Networking: 2.4GHz WiFi
  • App Compatibility: iOS9 and Android 4.3 (or higher).
  • Device Compatibility: TVs, cable boxes, home theaters, amplifiers, Apple TV, Roku, Philips Hue light bulbs, Nest thermostat and more.


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