San Francisco-based Misfit has come a long way from just being a wearable company. It now wants to light your home.
The company, co-founded by former Apple CEO John Sculley, unveiled on Tuesday at CES a smart bulb called the Bolt, which can be controlled with a smartphone via a new app called Misfit Home. (It can also be turned on by just flipping the switch.) The app will be available for download on both iOS and Android devices.
Besides just turning the Bolt on and off, the app also features several themes for lighting settings, such as "sunset," which mimics the sunlight during dusk.
Misfit, which is known for its wearable activity trackers, made its debut into the smart home space last summer with its sleep monitoring system Beddit. The belt-like device device is placed directly on the user's mattress to measure things like sleep quality, sleep cycles, heart rate and snoring.
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