Sunday, July 1, 2012
Google Introduces Smart LED's
Google sees the home as an accessory, or a network of accessories, with Android as the operating system. This is Android@Home, and lighting is just one accessory. It happens to be the first on board with the new home system.
Pictured is the prototype smart bulb which will be enabled and controlled through Android. LSG told Jetson Green the bulb should be on shelves by the holidays at the end of this year. It will be ultra efficient, long lasting, high output, omnidirectional, and made in the typical A19 form.
Some of this kind of smart-home functionality is available on the market through ZigBee or Z-Wave enabled systems, but Android@Home will not use either of these, according to early reports. The wireless interconnect is said to run through the IEEE 802.15.4 standard for wireless personal area networks (WPAN), according to LED Magazine, using the 6LoWPAN protocol.
Posted by Architechx at July 01, 2012
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