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  1. Typical smart home lights that serve as reminders by changing color or flashing indicate immediate response is required. But sometimes you just want to be reminder to do something later if you are too busy. A "lazy" light is a soft, color-changing light that will remind you if you come back into a room and had forgotten to do a task This one is a SunbeamLEDLight where I have switched off the motion sensor and taped over the dusk sensor. Just by applying power through a smart plug, the light goes though this sequence
  2. I testing an Echo Glow Echo Glow as a potential "reminder Light" for Seniors. The basic look of the device and colors are fine, but its a bit of a strange device. At first I thought it might be an Alexa Gadget, like the Echo Button, but its not a gadget, yet it doesn't connect like other Echo devices or even smart lights/plugs The setup procedure tried to use a QR code (it failed) and also a hard reset (worked). The setup process is through adding the device as a Echo light. The bad news is that this "light" can only be controlled be Alexa... no other controllers I light patterns are ok, but there is no simple commands like Toggle or Flash. It does have a button, but I see no way to trigger Routines from it... something I was hoping that a Senior could use to acknowledge the light
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