Olie is a intelligent flare with Alexa and wireless charging built in
November 15, 2017 - table lamp
One of a many renouned uses of digital assistants like Alexa or Google Assistant is to spin on and off lights. So because not only save a step in that routine and build a digital partner directly into a list or building lamp?
That’s a thought behind Olie, a latest plan from InstruMMents looking for appropriation on Indiegogo. (The association was founded by a creators of a Misfit Shine and had formerly crowdfunded a InstruMMent 01 measuring device.) The product is a intelligent flare with integrated support for possibly Google Assistant or Alexa. In other words: it turns a flare into an Echo or Google Home.
Olie comes in a few versions: there are both station and list flare sizes, and any of those comes in mark and area light variants. The list flare also includes a Qi wireless horse built in, that a association says should support quick charging. And for people who don’t quite wish a voice-activated assistant, there’s also a chronicle of a list flare with only a wireless charger.
Olie is machined out of aluminum, is tranquil manually regulating a touch-sensitive symbol on a tip of a lamp, and still fits in a four-microphone far-field array for a voice assistants.
InstruMMents claims to be formulation to boat Olie in Jun 2018, so a common warnings about crowdfunding products apply. That said, a association has managed to successfully boat a hardware product from Indiegogo before, so there’s during slightest comfort in a fact that it’s already been down this road.
Olie starts during an Indiegogo early-bird cost of $64 for a list flare with only a wireless charger, or $89 for possibly a list flare with both a horse and voice assistant, or a building flare with only a voice assistant.