Reemo enables gesture control of the “Internet of Things”
What can you control with Reemo?
Basically anything you can plug into our SmartPlug
You decide which devices will make your daily life more fun, when you use Reemo to control them.
For example, standard devices like:
- LED modules
- Coffee makers
Reemo will also work with a growing list of home automation systems and smart devices like:
- Smart Fans
- In-floor heating
Doors & Windows
- Door locks
- Smart glass
- Window shades
- Control panels
Media & Entertainment
- Media players
- Garage Doors
- Sprinkler Systems
Simple to Use
45 grams (estimated production weight)
32-bit STMicroelectronics ARM Cortex-M3 microcontroller
Connectivity & Communication
Panasonic Bluetooth Ultra Low Energy module
Security and ID
Panasonic RFID chip with custom antenna coils
Proprietary real-time gesture detection algorithms
Buttons & Connectors
Two Cypress Semiconductors 5mm capacitive sense “buttons” for gesture sensitivity adjustment
Battery & Charging
- Rechargeable high density 1300 mAh Lithium-Ion polymer battery
- Contact-based charging pad
- Nine-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (three-axis accelerometer, three-axis gyro, three-axis magnetometer)
- Low resolution three-axis accelerometer for wake-to-shake, tap, double-tap, and fall detection
Windows, Mac, or Linux computer + Web browser + Access to internet for activation
We’re proud to be working with OpenHome Labs to make Reemo an OpenHome Certified Device. Once certified, Reemo will work seamlessly with all other OpenHome devices, so managing all connected devices will be as easy as point and control! Imagine controlling the lights, appliances, and electronics in your house without needing to open an app or finding the remote to control them.
Compatibility with other Home Automation Systems
Even though Reemo works great by itself, we also designed it to work with leading smart home systems. We focused on compatibility with OpenHome Labs to begin with, since they have the largest number of devices in use, but we’re not stopping there. We are also working with other home automation platforms to make Reemo compatible with their devices as well. We will announce those developments as soon as they are finalized.
We are currently participating in the Microsoft Ventures Seattle Accelerator in Partnership with American Family Insurance (link). This is accelerating our development timeline and we expect to have a springboard effect thanks to the world class help we are receiving from both Microsoft Ventures and American Family Insurance. Our partners OpenHome Labs are featuring us in their new IndieGoGo partners channel. We are among great company and appreciate all their help and support!