Video: Take a tour of the future of home automation via Google Glass

Just turn the light on…and see.


Revolv, a connected home startup that used to be known as Mobiplug, has shown off a video of one of its engineers using Google Glass(s GOOG) to control the connected devices in the Revolv offices. The video (below) is fun, but it got me thinking about how we plan to control and interface with connected devices in the home.

Revolv makes a hub that plugs into your router and will control a variety of connected devices via a smartphone app. Products such as the Philips Hue, certain Insteon light switches, Lockitron locks and the Sonos music player are currently supported in the first versions of the product.

As you can see from the video, John Kozura, a senior developer at Revolv, is wandering around pulling up connected devices in the Revolv app using a combo of taps and swipes to get to the desired device, and then voice commands…

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