The new TV Simulator is a combination of innovation and technology that can significantly lessen the chances of your home being broken into.The new TV Simulator leads even the most experienced burglar to believe that a house is occupied. It accomplishes this by accurately producing the visual effects of a TV when viewed from outside the house. An operating TV leads to an automatic assumption by a potential burglar that there's somebody inside the house.
Are you looking for a way to keep your family and home safe, but you have to do it on a budget? The Fake TV may be the answer. This is a cool, smart security gadget that works as a burglar deterrent and saves you money too.
The Fake TV makes it seem as if someone is home and up watching television when in reality you might be sleeping, not at home at all, or on vacation.
The Fake TV uses an array of colored, flashing LEDs to create the illusion of the effect of a real TV. It uses a built in computer to control super bright LEDs to produce light of varying intensity and color that light up a room. It comes off as real TV scene changes, fades, flicks, and camera pans. The color changes are both subtle and dramatic and are completely unpredictable.
The Fake TV uses only a fraction of the electricity of a real TV, consuming about the same amount of power as a night light. Plus, if you use the Fake TV this would allow less wear and tear on your new flat screen TV!
Frequently Asked Questions:
How well does it light up in a lighted room?
Although the unit is bright, it is not meant to light an entire room. It is best to face the unit at translucent shades, curtains, or blinds, so that it lets FakeTV light out without you seeing it from the inside.
When you watch TV, you see images on a screen. But when you look at the light it casts in a room, the light from the screen melds to a uniform glow that changes with the changing images on the TV. The TV Simulator is a result of extensive research and development and is not just a random light source; real TV signals are not random, they are highly characteristic. It utilizes a built-in computer, latest generation super-bright LEDs of various colors, advanced optics and an opalescent diffuser lens to produce light of varying intensity and color that lights up a room just like a real TV does. The light effects of real TV programs- scene changes, camera pans, fades, flicks, swells, on-screen motion, etc. - are all accurately simulated. Just like a real TV, this device fills a room with color changes, both subtle and dramatic, in thousands of possible shades, constantly shifting among more and less dynamic periods, more vivid and more monochromatic, and brighter and darker scenes. The TV Simulator is completely unpredictable, and it never repeats. Its effects viewed from outside the house are essentially indistinguishable from those of an actual TV.
TIPS: The best location to place the TV Simulator is in a dark upstairs room where its light output is visible but the unit itself cannot be seen from outside. For ground floor locations, you should have blinds or drapes that are translucent or are adjusted to allow a little light through.