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The Singlecue Adjusts Lights & TV Channels by Sensing Finger Motion

 - Oct 6, 2015
References: singlecue & dwell
This new technologically advanced software product called Singlecue has the ability to control smart homes with the movement of one’s finger. The device itself looks like a cable box combined with a smartphone and can sit anywhere in the home.

The device can dim the lights or change a TV channel through a wireless connecting ability. As long as the user is about 16 feet away the device will pick up finger movements and respond accordingly. Using a simple cameras within this product, each finger movement activates a new setting. Ignoring all other context and focusing on a single finger allows the product to retain only that specific gesture.

Singlecue can connect to most smart products such as Roku, Apple TV, Xbox One and smart lighting like Phillips Hue.