The most elegant Smart Home screen to support the Internet of things
Can a piece of wood be on the top of the smart home? The recent appearance of Mui will make you eye open. It seems to be a plain wood, but it is actually an interactive smart home display, which can be used to control lighting, set temperature or display information.
Mui is a new product developed by Nissha of Japanese company. It is a technology company focused on capacitive touch sensors. Nintendo Switch uses their products. It is still in the prototype stage, Mui also can only control the lighting system (PHILPS Hue and Net LED support), but for IFTTT and Alexa support will be added in the day after. The Internet of things service it uses is the myThings provided by YAHOO Japan.
The pronunciation of the name Mui represents &ldquo in Japanese; silent ” it is also very close to its own design style. It can be fully integrated into the style of the room, and it will only be realized when you need it. Compared to other smart home products, whether it's Nest Thermostat E or Ecobee, its design looks more elegant.
Mui plans to land Kickstarter in June next year for $900-1200 (about $6000-8000). This price is not cheap, but if you love the minimalist style of electronic products, it is still very worth buying.