Moon is a smart home security camera that defies gravity

Moon is a smart home security camera that defies gravity


Moon camera
Moon has 360-degree vision.
Photo: 1-Ring

Moon is the world’s first smart home security camera that levitates for 360-degree vision.

Without any blind spots, it can keep watch over an entire room, with automatic rotation when movement is detected. It also keeps track of temperature and humidity, charges wirelessly, and controls other home appliances.

Moon has everything you want in a home security camera. It nails the essentials, with high-definition video recording, night vision, two-way speaker communication, and smart event detection. It also boasts features you won’t find elsewhere.

Moon is light years ahead of its rivals

Moon levitates above its base and has the ability to rotate 360 degrees smoothly and silently. It can be controlled by remote, but also moves automatically when it detects sound. Its two microphones have the ability to recognizes voices, dogs barking, babies crying, and more.

A built-in infrared blaster allows Moon to control other devices, like your TV or air conditioning. Other sensors mean it can also keep tabs on temperature, humidity, light, and CO2 levels.

Moon stores its recordings in the cloud and protects them with enterprise-grade encryption. You can access them — and view a live video feed from your Moon — on your computer, iOS and Android devices, and even Apple Watch.

Order your Moon today to save!

Moon has already surpassed its funding goal on Indiegogo, and it’s scheduled to begin shipping next March. But there’s still a few days left to claim yours with a big discount. Prices start at $224 — 32 percent off the retail price.


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