Sean Stephens wishes to bring a stark change in the way we feel about Internet of Things. Several people from his workplace complained that the surroundings were too hot there while there were a few other who complained about lower temperatures. He needed a temperature controlling device that could collect and keep data safe from various corners of office, however, none of this was cost-effective or very simple in terms of usage. This inspired James Daigle, his co-founder, and Stephens to come up with qBiq, a connecting piece that leads to “Internet of Everything”. They are currently running a Kickstarter Campaign that will give a 360 degree turn to the way we feel about Internet of Things.
There are four different styles of qBiq’s that are capable of sensing different inputs including sensation for humidity, temperature, light intensity glow, and movement of any kind. Every single sensor, in this part, has one inch cube that has ability to connect with wifi along with a unique QR code. The USB battery recharging is capable of surviving for at least six months. On the inner end of this qBiq’s anodized aluminium shell resides a motherboard, a 32-bit 50 megaHertz ARM processor, 3.7 volt, micro USB jack, 500 milliamp hour lithium polymer battery, and a 802.11 IEEE wi-fi hub.
The app administering qBiqs is capable of being compatible with Windows, Android, OS X, and iOS, There is a wide range of accessory files, 3D print brackets, and accessories that can be downloaded by users for their respective qBiqs. PerfectlySoft Inc is the programming partner of this project and has played a significant role in development of new applications with qBiqs. It is a highly ambitious project that is embedded with four different sensors which is a completely new thing. You can check out the campaign’s video and its page for all other information and details.
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