Management of IoT Devices in a Smart Home through the Application of an Interactive Mirror

Michał Majchrowicz, Mateusz Hufnagiel

Abstract


Internet of Things (IoT) devices are big part of concept, which is called by electronic producers and many others Smart Home. Authors of this paper have decided to take a look at it and as a result of this analysis propose and implement (in a form of working prototype) a system that could manage different kinds of devices.

The main objective of the project presented in the paper is a device that looks like a mirror and it is known to most people also is an interactive center, a place to obtain information of the devices that surround us and various parameters coming from sensors. Authors have prepared a prototype, that will be the central point of the apartment and allow users control over IoT devices.


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