Builders can distinguish themselves as wizards of the industry by pumping up their TecHome packages with uniquely inspired tech, such as a remote control product inspired by Harry Potter.
If your clients are fans of the popular book series or film franchise (and if you’re dealing with Millennials, chances are they are), builders can look no further than an innovative product from Kymera that resembles the wooden wands used in J.K. Rowling’s world-renowned stories of wizards in London.
And with the newly released trailer and upcoming release of Harry Potter spin-off film, “Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them,” there’s no better time to dive into the magical world of smart home control and appeal to your clients’ cultural interests with technology.
The wand is a sleekly designed, buttonless remote control device that works with iPhone/iPod docks, TVs, Blu-ray players and any other home equipment that uses infrared remote control.
It is primarily rooted in manipulating home entertainment systems, but depending on the smart home tech being used inside of the home, the options are plenty.
Realistically, this wand could work with other integrated products such as the Logitech Harmony Hub, Niles Audio equipment or certain Insteon technologies such as their IR receiver.
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The greatest appeal to clients will be the unique gesture control. The device is able to learn up to 13 unique gestures in order to control anything from audio volume to changing channels to turning devices on and off.
The Gestures Include:
- Big swish
- Flick up
- Flick down
- Flick left
- Flick right
- Tap on top
- Double-tap on top
- Rotate clockwise
- Rotate counter-clockwise
- Push forward
- Pull back
- Tap on side
- Double-tap on side
It will truly unleash your client’s inner wizard and bring a bit of magic to your business and reputation.
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