A wearable ring that controls objects at home
Technology that is optimized for disability is usable by everyone.
WHY THIS IS IMPORTANT
There are lots of technologies for chores but not self-care.
Apps for cooking & cleaning, not for eating & bathing.
And while chores may be optional, self-care isn't.
This is the massive chasm that exists in the market today.
It affects people with disability & our elderly parents most:
Self-care can take 4 more hours every single day.
HOW THIS WORKS
Point & click → Get haptic feedback
No need to rewire every light switch.
Attaches to switches magnetically.
Saves up to 11 hours of work.
No App needed.
Just point-n-click, wave or speak.
Zero effort. Mental or Physical.
Take your entire smart home with you.
To a new rental. To your new home.
Even an AirBnB. All in seconds.
No need for smart speakers per room.
Wear once. Waterproof, light, private.
Cost savings of up to 70%.
No Internet needed.
Your data in your home.
Fully offline. Fully private.
ONE DEVICE FOR IT ALL
Blinds & Curtains
Have sunlight in your eyes while presenting in a web meeting?
Easy. Adjust your blinds.
Lights & Fans
Are the bulbs all halogen? LED? Wattage? Fit? Doesn't matter. Control any existing switch.
Lights, fans & appliances.
Missing the TV remote again? Not an issue. Turn on the TV, change channels and adjust volume - from your fingertips.
Alexa also does the same thing but I need to (make) changes to my current switches, and that will work only in my room. But this is like a wheelchair I can take anywhere I want.