Sesame smart lock replaces the keys with smartphone apps
(1888 PressRelease) Sesame - the world's first instant smart lock - allows users to use their smartphone apps to lock and unlock their doors.
Palo Alto, CA - "Sesame is actually more like a robotic hand, than a smart lock," said Jerming Gu, inventor of Sesame.
Candy House Inc. launched a Kickstarter campaign for Sesame - the world's first instant smart lock - on Feb. 25, 2015. Sesame has now raised nearly $700,000 in crowdfunding and has more than 4,000 backers.
With five-patented design, Sesame works with just about any deadbolt in the world. Users can install it in seconds, without replacing existing lock or removing anything. Current model is optimized for US/Canada/Australia Markets.
CANDY HOUSE also offers optional access point, which connects Sesame to the Internet when plugged into any nearby outlet. It lets users control Sesame wherever they are.
With Internet connection capability, users can allow guests in remotely. They can also control who has access and when. To ensure safety, the Sesame app also send out a notification whenever the door opens or closes.
A new feature also lets users open Sesame with a custom knock on the phone or door, without pulling out their phones.
About the Author
CANDY HOUSE Inc. is a candy store. We sell dreams, putting the joy and surprise of innovative technology in your hands, just like candy. CANDY HOUSE is also a design house. We design and manufacture only products that inspire a minimal yet joyful lifestyle. Imagined, founded and developed at Stanford University, CANDY HOUSE launched its first product -- Sesame -- in February. Moving forward, we will devote our passion to create innovative products that improve the future of humankind.
Submitted on: 2015-03-23 02:53:25