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Put your blinds to good use with the solar powered SolarGapsThese smart blinds change their angle throughout the day to maximize power draw, and the company hopes to work with Google Home.
[MUSIC] You don't need a good place to put solar panels appliance. And you know what I'd like to do with appliance, I wanna control them with my voice. [UNKNOWN] is taking care of both of those things. These big blocky black blinds double as solar panels to convert sunlight into energy for your home. And they should work with Google Home so you can say, hey Google, Open the [UNKNOWN]. Solar Getsaw have an IOS and Android app that you can use to control the [UNKNOWN]. You can also use motion gestures to this control box here to raise and lower them, and throughout the day, they can actually shift and Angles slightly as the sun moves across the sky to help optimize their position and get the most power possible. You know the other basic stuffs like set schedules and solar gaps aiming for a lot more smart home integration. So the solar gaps bond. Blinds are due out by this summer. And the price is said to be somewhere between 480 to 890 per square meter of window. But if you're into convenience and you're into saving energy, they could be right up your alley. [BLANK_AUDIO]