Welle (pronounced vell-uh) is a smart device that instantly turns any surface into a “smart” interface using Sonar Technology through hand gestures. Welle gives you the ability to use unlimited simple gestures to control your favorite Internet of Things (IoT) devices, appliances, and apps – so powerful it even tracks your finger movements and recognizes handwriting.
It seems for decades now that none of us has the time to enjoy preparing a home-cooked meal. The planning, the shopping, the prep, the cooking, the serving, and finally—the consuming. Work, commuting, social engagements, and all of your kids’ activities can make preparing a daily meal nothing short of impossible.
While wrist watches, pocket watches, and portable compasses could be considered the first wearable tech devices, the more commonly understood concept arose from body-worn sensors that collect and interpret data.
Like the Old Internet, the New Internet will definitely be experienced in the home. It makes sense that the place where you spend most of your time will be the place where the Internet of Things—connected objects with sensors—will be highly operational.