Phoenix, AZ — Phoenix, Ariz., a city in the foothills of the Grand Canyon, has one of the most technologically advanced homes in the country.
Built in 2009 by a consortium of high tech start-ups and real estate investors, the home is so advanced that it can recognize your face and voice even when the lights are off.
The home, dubbed the “Smart Home,” features a camera, an ambient light sensor, and wireless charging that allows it to control its lights.
This means that when you leave the home and come back, it will know you’re home and can automatically turn on the lights and light the house up.
The Phoenix Smart Home has a touchscreen that allows users to control lights, thermostat, and lights and dim the lights.
The homes is a work of art and is currently listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
The house’s owner is a former NASA astronaut, and she’s now working with the Smart Home to raise money for the research project that will help her get it to the moon.
The Smart Home is now set to open in 2018.
This story is developing.