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  1. Just gunna come out & say it I WANT ONE!! @FrankE this could be amazing for seniors
  2. Looks like the smarthome is coming to the car finally 😁 https://www.engadget.com/2020/01/09/samsung-smartthings-smartcar-app/ Anyone who saw my smart home video (17mins 50secs) with Brian will know just how much I want this sort of integration!
  3. The Basics The Samsung SmartThings Smart Bulb is a ZigBee smart light that allows dimming control. It connects primarily through a Samsung SmartThings Hub (though this guide could deal with other connections in the future) and allows you to set up automations based on other equipment connected to your SmartThings Hub. Due to the nature of the bulb being ZigBee, a ZigBee hub is required and must be used for initial set up. How To Setup The SmartThings Bulb The following video is From Automate Your Life Tutorials and shows a simple setup of the SmartThings Bulb.
  4. My second capsule has been accepted in to the Bixby marketplace Senior Quiz is now available along with the previous Senior Workout I've submitted one capsule more that may not be accepted as it requires some configuration of the user's phone contacts One of the most common things for those living independently to ask their verbal assistant is "What time is it?" https://blog.eskaton.org/eskaton-deploys-amazon-alexa-to-100-seniors-in-assisted-living My Senior Time capsule greets them by name and also lets them know if they are asking for the time during their normal sleeping hours. This helps the confusion with 4AM verses 4PM that someone may hear when they think its time to get up for dinner
  5. While most phone users would NOT want their phone speaking reminders, this can be very helpful for those with mild cognitive impairment wishing to remain living independently. Speech is not an option in Reminders on a Samsung phone, but those phones with the One UI upgrade have a feature called Bixby Routines which can speak Notifications. 1. Create a Bixby Routine using an IF trigger of "home" or set time to "always" and THAT action to "speak notifications" 2. Set the Notifications to allow "Reminders" Note that you could have ANY Notifications spoken using this technique, but too many could overwhelm the listener Here is a YouTube videeo https://youtu.be/EOr2QmcJyok Frank
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