Aura Christmas Lights Go Wireless

auraWireless charging is one particular step in the right direction that I am quite sure many gadget enthusiasts cannot wait to see implemented in various ways, as it would certainly help reduce the amount of pesky cables that normally snake across the entire floor. Having said that, how about wireless powered Christmas lights? This is what Aura is all about, being the first wirelessly powered Christmas lights ever in the world.

How does Aura work? Well, it will feature a ring that wraps itself around a Christmas tree, which in turn will connect with the smart bulbs so that users are able to control it without the need for any wires. As for the ring, it functions as the source of power for the bulbs, and in turn, this goes some way to help reduce the risks for fire.

The Aura, a Kickstarter project, will feature an accompanying smartphone app that will enable to users to control the lights via their smartphone. The app is also capable of allowing users to program schedule so that it can turn itself on or off at a selected times. Right now, this smartphone app has been programmed to run on the Windows Phone, Android and iOS platforms.

Aura Christmas Lights Go Wireless , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.
  • Translator

  • Recent Articles

    • The 6 Games We Played The Most in 2014
    • Tim Cook is CNN Money’s CEO of the Year for 2014
    • Shovel Knight Joins The Ruckus In ‘Road Redemption’
    • Korrasami Is 100% Canon, Creators Of The Legend of Korra Confirm – And they would know.
    • Amazon Web Services Will Give You $1,000 In Credit For Completing These edX Courses
    • Big Ol’ Rumor Alert: Former Naughty Dog Artist’s Resume May Hint at Production on The Last of Us 2 – The Last of Us 2: The Rest of Us.
    • Amazing Apple Campus 2 aerial tour courtesy of AppleInsider
    • Asus unveils Pegasus X002 smartphone in China
    • Google gives us the first look at Real Build of Self-Driving Car, might come in 2015
    • Happy Holidays From All Of Us At TechCrunch
    • Super Nintendo And NES Emulator For iOS Sneaks Into App Store, Download Now Before It’s Pulled
    • Christmas Appeal 2014: A silent hunger
    • Advent Calendar of Science Stories 23: Parity
    • Samsung Galaxy Note 2 on Sprint update from 6th Jan
    • What’s More Impressive, Gingerbread Iron Throne or Gingerbread Barad-dûr?
    • Accessory of the Day: 6ft MicroUSB cable $4.99
    • ‘Foodini’ Prints Out Edible Snacks
    • Apple Patents Reverse AirPlay For Streaming From Apple TV To iOS Devices
    • Book review: "The Edge of the Sky" by Roberto Trotta
    • Lyft Now Lets You Split Fares With Friends For A 25 Cent Fee