The Roanoker - January/February 2018 - 9
"What started out as uploading videos to YouTube for fun has launched into a career I never knew was
possible. Thanks to a high-speed internet connection, I am able to do what I love and share that passion with
others. I have students around the globe and via Skype I can teach them how to play the violin, sparking that
passion in them as well." - JASON YANG, VIOLINIST AND COMPOSER
"We love that we are able to take people on
adventures they never dreamed they would
experience without leaving the comfort of
their own home. By simply connecting to the
internet, people are able to choose their own
adventure with 360° virtual reality video and
explore far off places and become immersed
in the world around them."
A smart mirror which shows how her makeup will
look in more than 50,000 lighting variations, from
fluorescent lighting to natural sunlight at different
times of day.
A variety of WiFi-enabled appliances and gadgets
that make mundane cleaning tasks and home
maintenance a breeze.
Home automation technology through Cox
Homelife that allows her to remotely adjust lighting,
temperature and door locks through her smartphone
or tablet, and she can see what's happening inside
and outside the home in HD video.
Voice-activated televisions through her Cox's
From the touch of a button or voice
command, early adopters of smart home
technology can focus on enjoying safety,
convenience and quality of life. And for
people like Lucy, they can gain valuable
time back into their life and enjoy the
peace of mind a connected life can provide.
- ARI GOLDBERG, PRESIDENT, GOJOURNI