Kevin Is A Virtual Roommate That Protects Against Burglars

Burglaries are an unfortunate fact of life. It can happen to anyone. And there’s nothing worse than having all of the things that you have worked so hard for, stolen right out from under you.

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This kind of crime doesn’t just steal your things, it also steals your peace of mind. It can be traumatic and lead to many sleepless nights. Because what if it happened again?

Most burglars look for signs of an empty house. They want to do their foul deed without confrontation. And that’s where Kevin comes in. Who is Kevin? Just your new virtual roommate. Kevin will help keep you safe from crime.

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It does this by simulating your presence while you’re away. You may be gone, but the bad guys don’t have to know that. When you’re not at home, Kevin will make it seem like someone is there. You will feel more secure when leaving your home with Kevin there.

Kevin is the first IoT device to simulate a human presence, by emitting light, shadow effects, and sound. It is a simple and effective solution to empty homes. Burglars will think someone’s home and will pass your house right by. They want easy targets so that they don’t get caught and go to jail.

Supported languages include both English and German. Kevin comes with a week’s worth of unique simulation data, matching and corresponding visuals and acoustics. Storage is 4GB.

The days of turning on the lights when you leave home are over. You also won’t have to create some elaborate contraption involving a cardboard cutout in the shape of a person, on a moving track. C’mon, you know you’ve thought about it.

Kevin Is A Virtual Roommate That Protects Against Burglars
Meet Kevin.

Welcome Home Kevin

Considering that Kevin has your home’s best interests at heart, I would call him a very good friend as well as a very cool home security solution.

Conner Flynn

Conner has been blogging for major Internet websites since 2007, specializing in gadgets, robots, technology and gaming. Conner also runs his own sites Internetvswallet.com, Scifidesign.com and Creepbay.com. Conner also likes cats and movies, in that order.

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