Our home thinking of it as the place where we spend most time with our loved ones is our sacred temple. Even if we think it further, in a more superfluous way as the place where our material goods like the Microwaves, Dishwashers, refrigeraton or Appliances in general.
That someone tries to enter this place, which would mean peace, generates an anguish so that we are increasingly more concerned about our security to such an extent that the elements of our daily lives, for example, the doorbell turned to have a functionality extra to just letting us know that the visit is coming.
Gadgets for the home are increasingly being folded up so that their users are more comfortable in their home and even if they are not in it they may think that it is protected. This is the case of two prototypes, one already on the street and another on the eve of leaving, doorbell: the smart timbre and the bet of Google, Nest Hello.
doorbell is the champion of all when welcome. It has reaped such a success in terms of security and reception is used to keep you abreast of anything that happens on your front door or the surroundings of the house, sending alerts to your smartphone if someone gets too close or try to force the door of entry.
Any thief would be surprised or frightened knowing that your voice, or that of any other person, receives them by
saying something to anything you can think of. Turning completely into a kind of stationary transformer, a complete security system, whose front camera at your door will give the security and confidence that the square meters
around your home need.
On the other hand, Nest Hello is a smart doorbell for your home that integrates a HD camera with HDR and a 160-degree visual angle. It has the same artificial intelligence of Nest IQ that allows to detect faces to notify you if there is a person that you know in front of your house or if it is a stranger.
And the best thing is that this smart doorbell includes noise cancellation to provide good sound quality in the two-way communication between you and the person in front of your door.