These tiny Samsung computers may soon fill your home
This is Otto, it's a prototype that Samsung built to show off its new Artik platform.
What's the weather in San Francisco today.
Today in San Francisco, California, it will be between 52 degrees and 67 degrees, and mostly sunny.
Can you sing?
Somewhere over the Rainbow.
Don't I have a beautiful voice?
This is Eyesight.
It's gesture technology using a really cheap
Webcam, it has gesture recognition so if I pull up my finger and pinch on a color it changes the cue of the [UNKNOWN] to lightbulb.
This is Nighthawk, a home security system built off Samsung's Arctic platform which is a combination of hardware and software but can power sensors, lights, all sorts of home automation.
For now, this is just a prototype, but it shows the power of what this system can do.
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