Whether you're concerned about safety and want an email every time someone enters your house or you're a little lazy and want someone else to do the cooking for you, that someone is an Internet-connected machine and these smart home devices are bringing the Internet of Things home. Trend Hunter President Shelby Walsh discusses her favorite examples of connected home gadgets.
Facial recognition doorbells will come in handy the next time someone is at your door and you can't be bothered to get up and check who it is. Household item notifications use nodes to inform you of activity within your place of residence. Connected home consoles conveniently sync all your devices to one interface. Smart home devices like a wireless charging countertop demonstrate how products can be attractive and functional, where as Bluetooth baking dispensers can mix up to 50 ingredients.
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Connected Home Consoles
Water Conservation Sculptures
Facial Recognition Doorbells
Household Item Notifications
Wirelessly Charging Countertops