Cocoon Home Security System

Nov 6, 2014

Category: Tech

Instead of being summoned to go check out every strange noise that happens between midnight and 4AM (no one’s worried about them at 5 in the morning—too early), what if you had a device that did it for you? The Cocoon home security system promises to do just that.

The key to it all is something called SUBSOUND technology, which incorporates the analysis of infrasound (low frequency sounds outside the range of human hearing) and audible sound waves to create a “protective cocoon inside your home.” The device – which includes an HD camera, microphone, siren, motion detector, and Wi-Fi – then learns what sounds are normal for your home, and alerts you when it hears something abnormal. And it’s not just one room either; the Cocoon promises to sense activity in your whole home, and tell the difference between an intruder and a regular person, or even your dog. [Purchase]

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