ClapSens develops an intuitive interface to control all your devices with only two hand claps or finger snaps. Clap once to be located, and clap again in the direction of the device to control.
Depending on the system configuration, this may switch on home lights, close the stores, or trigger the intercom…
No need to find a remote, tablet or phone.
Our proprietary technology solves limitations that made previous clap recognition systems impractical and not user friendly – finally making the science fiction of virtual control a reality… Think ‘Minority Report’
Use hand claps or finger snaps to virtually control electronic and electrical devices
Several devices can be manage with only two hand claps or finger snaps
Proprietary algorithms prevent false triggers in a noisy environment
Wide range of applications based on clap location and sound analysis
Energy savings thanks to presence detection and simplified control of devices
Secure by design and privacy respectful. No internet connection required
Virtual buttons allow to control remote devices, in another room or anyplace
Concept practical implementation
Depending on the application (professional, consumer), our sensors can control devices either directly or through connected devices.
This basic example, based on 3 sensors, illustrates how to control home lights plugged into wireless outlets:
- Two finger snaps materializing the rear direction lead to switch on/off all lights
- The right, front and left directions control specific lights
- All lights are automatically switched off after some inactivity delay
- Smart application provides advanced control over devices and user preferences
A virtual interface to communicate with and control devices locally and remotely
This concept arises as a disruptive interface when considering the potential combination of information such as users and claps precise positions, directions and distances calculated from multiple claps.
Virtual points in a room can be utilized to define devices or group of devices such as stores in another rooms or a surveillance camera in other country.
Commands can be sent either directly or through connected devices, using several wireless technologies.
From Concept to Prototype
The original idea arose almost ten years ago, as we noticed that some of our relatives were struggling to control home lights or to find remote controls.
The concept implementation has required a significant volume of research and the development on tens of thousands of line codes.
Patents have been filed starting 2012, followed by a proof of concept in 2015.
We are opening our technology to partners to make this interface as universal as possible.
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This is an amazing technology... being able to control devices without the need for an other device like a remote or phone is truly a step into the future - it feels like something from a sci-fi movieMatthew Bird, Prototype Tester