LLAMP (LazyLamp) is a smart led powerd nightlamp that is controlled over a local web-interface.
LLAMP is 100% beta!
to the internet of things!
LLAMP is plugged into your local network and offers direct interaction via computer, tablet or smartphone ...
1, 0 or 255? Tell LLAMP what you want it to do. Change the color and hue of the built in LED`s, or let it playfully blink along.
Easy wireless access through your router makes it easy to communicate with LLAMP. After attaching it to the local-network it can be controlled via a browser.
With the embedded battery-pack, it is also possible to unplug LLAMP`s network connection and carry it around the house at night.
The built in Microcontroller runs as a full functioning webserver, that contains the interface in a small html-document that gets loaded, whenever the server is called. To access it directly, it is possible to create a desktop icon on the smartphone, that gives the feeling of using a real native application on the devise.
LLAMP is actual at first prototype stages from where further functions and more complex actions may be added in the future.
Concept, Design, Prototyping & Website by:
Martin Moldenhauer BA Integrated Design Student
Köln International School of Design 2015
Contact me at: hello[at]martinmoldenhauer.de