Swipeby Fibaro

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PROS

  • Controlling home automation devices with gestures makes you feel like a Jedi.
  • You can disguise the Swipe as a picture frame or hide it behind a wall.
  • It responds to six types of gestures.

CONS

  • You have to gesture directly in front of the pad.
  • For now, it only works with Z-wave devices.
  • It's a little pricey.
Fibaro’s Swipe gesture control pad is the first device that lets you control smart home automation through gestures. You simply wave your hand in front of it to control music, lights, window blinds, and more. The device recognizes six gestures: up, down, left, right, circle to the left, and circle to the right. Each one can be associated with a different function. Swipe uses 3D near-field communication technology that allows it to be hidden from view behind drywall or under countertops. Swipe can also be disguised as a picture frame in full view.
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This isnt my first dive into smart gesture tech but it is with Fibaro. Let me tell you this wont be the last!!!

This isnt my first dive into smart gesture tech but it is with Fibaro. Let me tell you this wont be the last!!!

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Since it's using Near-Field scanning technology, obstructions like countertops or even drywall won't inhibit its functionality.

Since it's using Near-Field scanning technology, obstructions like countertops or even drywall won't inhibit its functionality.

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SWIPE is also sensitive enough to be used behind walls, on a wall beneath the plaster and paint/wallpaper, behind shower enclosures, even un…

SWIPE is also sensitive enough to be used behind walls, on a wall beneath the plaster and paint/wallpaper, behind shower enclosures, even underneath granite countertops up to one-inch thick.

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Swipe definitely gives you a Jedi-like feeling as you wave your hand to close shades, control lights, and flip through song lists. And Swipe…

Swipe definitely gives you a Jedi-like feeling as you wave your hand to close shades, control lights, and flip through song lists. And Swipe’s connectivity is strong enough that you can put it behind drywall or under a counter.

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Noon VR is a solid headset, but with a broken app that hampers it’s image. The ability to hold pretty much any phone inside is overshadowed…

Noon VR is a solid headset, but with a broken app that hampers it’s image. The ability to hold pretty much any phone inside is overshadowed by the tight fit, fogging, and comfort issues.

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