iGlo is interesting but I don’t see the point of it. I guess it’s unique in that you can control your lights with your phone, but why would you want to? I could think of so many other things to spend money on.
MEA Mobile today announced its breakthrough interactive lighting product iGloLEDset is now available on the Google Android and Google Android Gingerbread 2.3 mobile platforms. iGloLEDset is an super bright, full color lighting kit which is controllable with mobile devices. Users can wave their phones in the air and control a 16 to 50 foot strip of 120 to 360 lights.
“There will be an entire industry dedicated to their removal in the future.”
“The launch of iGlo for Android and working with Google’s platform is an exciting next step for our emerging company,” says Bruce Seymour, managing director of MEA Mobile. “We love the idea of moving mobile technology into specialized markets.”
MEA Mobile developed its iGloWiFi controller as a platform for leveraging mobile devices for hardware control. “Light switches are obsolete,” says Seymour. “There will be an entire industry dedicated to their removal in the future.” In the mean time MEA Mobile is focused on marketing the LED lights to the architectural and lighting design markets, restaurants, custom car specialists and for individuals who want to zazz up their Christmas trees with LED Christmas lights.
The Google Android app features real-time control of the color LED lights as well has dozens of presets to choose from. The iGloWiFi controller can connect to users’ WiFi hubs and can be secured using standard WiFi encryption. The app also works with Google’s new Gingerbread version of Android. Multiple kits (for large Christmas Lights applications) can be controlled using a single Google Android mobile device such as the Nexus S, Nexus One, T-Mobile G2, HTC Evo 4G, Motorola Droid X, Samsung Captivate and other phones running Google Android 1.5 through Gingerbread 2.3.
Visit www.igloledset.com for more information.