This AI Smart Light can Read Your Mind

This AI Smart Light can Read Your Mind

When you’re busy reading books, don’t you wish there was a lamp that could read your mind? A machine learning smart light that gives you better health and Wi-Fi coverage? Of course, you do. Thankfully, there’s a new AI lamp that can do just that.

HELIUM: THE AI SMART LIGHT

Automation isn’t just for cars. It has a vibrant future in your homes. HELIUM is a machine learning smart light bulb that believes in this concept. While you sit down and enjoy yourself, Helium essentially reads your mind and takes over the rest. It learns from your actions and can turn on the right light at just the right time. Furthermore, it offers night shift mode and a Wi-Fi extender that other smart lights don’t have.

SET THE MOOD RIGHT WITH THE AI SMART LIGHT

Have you ever walked into a dark room, fumbling for the light switch? Do you wish the lights were a little bit dimmer for that perfect dinner date? We lead busy lives these days and the last thing we should think about is how bright the light is. Thankfully, Helium takes all that stress away. It keeps track of where you are, what time it is and when the sun rises and sets. Over time, it learns from this data and applies AI technology. Hence, you have an intelligent smart light that gets smarter by the day.

WIFIAI SMART LIGHT BRINGS WIFI TO YOUR HOUSE

When it comes to lights, you don’t usually think of Wi-Fi but maybe you should. Most people only have one router in their house and stash it in some dark corner of a room. The result is a nasty Wi-Fi dead spot. To solve this, people buy Wi-Fi extenders. These devices are expensive and they occupy a valuable power outlet. Furthermore, they create an unnecessary mess. Hence, Helium found a solution.

They integrated a wi-fi extender into the light bulb. That way, you have a network of Wi-Fi extenders all over your home, wherever you want. Wi-Fi coverage will be even throughout your house and you’ll save energy in the process. The Helium AI light is just one of those simple, yet effective ideas that make you wonder why it wasn’t thought of sooner.


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