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Fluid One: Next Generation Smart Home Control and Automation

A project in Austin, TX by Fluid

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Allow your home to adapt to your behavior and intentions
Backers: 43
Average Pledge Per Backer: $256

Funded: $11,011 of $100,000
Dates: Aug 17th -> Sep 16th (30 days)
Project By: Fluid
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Latest News

This new startup uses the iPhone’s UWB feature for controlling your smart home

August 17th - via:
Fluid One is their solution. A smart home app that leverages ultra-wideband technology in Apple’s iPhones, Fluid can control connected lighting, locks, cameras, thermostats, and more in two ways: a point-and-click control interface and location-based automations. (Read More)

Fluid One: Point your iPhone at a smart home device to control it

August 17th - via:
Back in December of last year, we saw an interesting proof of concept of being able to control smart home devices simply by pointing your iPhone at them. Now a startup called Fluid One has brought that developer on board, and added the missing piece of the puzzle: hardware. (Read More)

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