Lighting technology has always been evolving, and with this fantastic advanced technology, it has has taken a giant leap ahead. Today, Google unveiled one of its remarkable designs of an LED bulb that can be controlled by any Android device supported by the company’s new open source wireless networking protocol. In association with Lighting Science Group, they designed this omni directional 60 watt bulb which can be controlled by you remotely using an Android enabled smartphone, laptop or even tablet.
Artificial lighting in an average household accounts for about 11% of your energy use. Needless to say with smarter lighting solutions, energy consumed will drop steeply and thereby you can proudly believe you are contributing your bit to reduce the ever increasing carbon emissions into the environment.
With a built in radio, the A19 LED light is designed by Lighting Science Group and facilitates remote communication that is possible with tech giant Google’s cutting edge open-source wireless protocol. Showcased for the first time today at the I/O developer conference in San Francisco, this protocol ensures remote control of any appliance and even thermostat. Certainly, it will open doors for future energy saving home appliances and a smarter technology that is not just efficient, but intelligent as well.