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“Ulo”, the owl, turned out to be the cutest surveillance camera in history

by nadlia
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LWith the development of smart devices in recent years, more surveillance cameras have entered ordinary homes. Although the design of home surveillance cameras is much softer than that of outdoor surveillance cameras, it still gives people a cold and mechanized feeling. Until I saw Ulo’s home camera , maybe it can’t be called a surveillance camera, because it is so cute, it will definitely make many people let go of their defenses, narrating in my heart, “If you want to see it, let you see it Bar!”

ulo the interactive surveillance camera

ulo the interactive surveillance camera

The Ulo surveillance camera is designed by French designer Vivien Muller. It looks like a round black owl in appearance. A pair of cute big eyes can adjust the color of the pupil according to the mood, and it can also adjust the color of the pupil according to the movement of the object. Turning, vivid, there is wood. If the battery is low, it will show a dozing look.

In addition, after certain settings, Ulo can also change its expression according to the weather conditions of the day. If it is rainy, it will show a unhappy expression. And on your birthday, there will be joy in your eyes.

Ulo’s switch is designed on the top of its head, and it can be awakened with a light touch. When it just wakes up, it will stare at your finger.

Today, with the ever-changing technology, maybe when we design this kind of digital products, we should learn from Ulo and add more temperature into it, so that our technology products not only make our life more convenient, but also make people feel connected with each other. The relationship between people, people and machines is more warm.

Finally, remind that when using this type of surveillance camera, be sure to pay attention to safety.

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