1-Ring Moon – World’s First Camera To Defy Gravity
The last device on the list of levitating objects is the Moon – a smart home camera that doubles as a smart home hub from Delaware-based startup 1-Ring. World’s first camera that defy gravity combines amazing features with a revolutionary design.
The Moon’s primary function is as a smart security monitor. The device has both sound and motion detection functions, so if it hears or sees something in your house while you’re away it will send a direct live feed to your smartphone.
Promising a central solution for controlling your smart home, the Moon camera aspires to unite your appliances in the “Internet of Things” as a smart hub using the major home automation standards listed above as well as inbuilt sensors “and a programmable IR Blaster the Moon by 1-Ring allows you to remotely control your home from anywhere in the world. Through the app, the owner can then see what the camera sees from anywhere in the world with an Internet connection.
Featured on such major websites like Gizmodo and HuffPost, among others, the Moon camera will work in tandem with popular smart home services like the hue light by Philips, Amazon’s Alexa, Apple Homekit, Google Home, and Honeywell, among others.
The device is kitted out with a range of temperature, humidity, light and CO2 sensors, and a 5-megapixel camera that can record video up to 1080p. There’s also night vision capability, three noise-canceling microphones, and the camera charges wirelessly while levitating.
The Moon is available in three colors: Galactic Gray, Moonlight Silver and Star White.