It’s not easy for me to explain how this gadget works but, in a few words, it’s a remote control for the lights in a room, shaped like a cube. The shape wasn’t chosen at random, but each face of the cube has a specific function which activates as you turn it up. For example, to turn off the lights, you have to place the cube with the Off symbol up, but you also have the possibility to activate motion color and motion dimming. Random light colors are activated as you shake the cube.
The m!Qbe comes with the m!Base, which is the unit that communicated with the lights system and the cube. The cube recharges in the m!Charger and there’s also the m!App that lets you control and customize the lights using your smartphone or computer. The WiFi enabled model of the cube is for those who don’t want to connect the m!Base with a cable to the network.
Watch the demonstration video to see how it works:
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