Controlling light with your voice used to be a thing from either the Bible (Let there be light) or science fiction. Today technology has made light interactive, and the ability to command your home to not only light up but also create a mood using the light. However, despite this, all mighty power so to speak to the light, when taking into account the abilities of Philip hues lights, Aurora light panels, and Z-Wave technology controlled smart lights we might be living in the sci-fi future by 2020. By that, time it can be suggested that your home security system will feature an Artificial Intelligence application ushering in a new nexus for smart, connected buildings installed with time scheduled smart lighting as anticipated by Protect America.
Scheduled Smart Lighting Systems
Picture this; you are in bed enjoying your sleep the alarm by the side of your bed beeps its time to wake up. You hit the snooze button and just as you prepare to continue with sweet slumber, the lights slowly come on to coax you out of bed. As you lazily walk across to your bathroom barely noticed by you, your walkway, as well as the shower, is all lit up in ambient colors. Call it science fiction, but this may not be the case by 2020. The Nanoleaf Aurora Light Panels launched in 2017 are a glimpse of smart lighting product, unlike anything you’ve seen before. The same technology can be used in scheduled lighting systems for the future. The Nanoleaf Aurora Light Panels are currently developed to work with your smartphone; consequently, this gives rise to the promise of time-based scheduling. Some reviews on both the Manoleaf and Philips hues lights bring in question the quality of the gadgets but this claims are baseless and out to generate view.
Hand Gesture Smart Light
Back in the 1990s, movies showed how the wealthy could turn on the light by just clapping; however, even movie makers saw the flaw in the technology then considering that the lights would switch off when anyone would clap. Today we have Roome, a one of a kind gesture control light that features a presence as well as motion sensor activation feature that automatically switches on or off depending on the person in the room. Roome has a gesture control application; however, its safe to say the gesture is limited to hand movements over the top of the device. The future of smart lighting will follow the steps of Roome with expected improvements where the lighting system would detect gestures from anywhere and at any time.
Artificial Intelligent Smart Lighting
Science fiction is primarily grounded in emerging technology or research that are yet to be conceptualized in the mainstream. Not so long ago, the lighting community was skeptic about LEDs. In actuality, most individuals in the lighting industry believed that solid-state lights couldn’t produce high-quality light. Well saying they were wrong is an oversimplification considering how LEDs have revolutionized the lighting world. Here we are again and this time it’s all about Artificial intelligent lighting a phenomenon that is not improbable as you may think. Smart lighting so far has been a revolution on its own; notwithstanding, it would be absurd to think of an active Lampstar model. One that responds to voice commands as well as choosing the mood lighting in your home in reference to scheduling.