Back in 2011, we talked about how light bulbs were going next-gen and how they could be powered on or off remotely over a WiFi connection. However if you don’t have WiFi setup in your home or if you prefer a different method of controlling your light bulbs, then perhaps this Bluetooth Bulb could be of interest to you. As the name itself has suggested, it can be controlled via a compatible device and uses the low power Bluetooth 4.0 standard.
Through a compatible device and an accompanying app, users will be able to turn their light bulbs on or off, set the brightness of the bulb, put it on a timer and even choose the color you want it to emit! Pretty handy for those times when you want to turn your living room into a night club with different colored lights. At the moment the Bluetooth Bulb is a patented prototype which means we’re not sure when it will be commercialized, but if you’d like to find out more, you can head on over to their website for all the details!
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