Happy Family Sounds Like Home Smart House
Interactive dollhouse features real-world sounds and dialog in a play neighborhood
Happy Family captures the everyday moments that make family life special. Whether it's a fun trip to the grocery store or just playing in the back yard, Midge, Ryan and Baby Nikki bring these times to playtime in a fun, nurturing way. But there's no place like home -- and Happy Family has the most technologically advanced house that comes alive with real-world sounds and dialog in the house -- from the telephone and answering machine in the living room to the shower and toilet in the bathroom. Whether Alan is cooking breakfast or Midge is changing the baby in the nursery, the sounds of everyday life make playtime feel real. Makes over 100 sounds.
Features of actual smart homes
Smart homes utilize advanced automation technology to provide homeowners with sophisticated control over various household systems and appliances. Basic features often include smart lighting, which allows users to remotely control or schedule lights; smart thermostats for optimizing heating and cooling; and smart locks for enhanced security. Voice-controlled assistants like Amazon's Alexa or Google Assistant are commonly integrated into smart homes, allowing users to operate systems through voice commands. Smart home setups also usually feature home security elements like smart cameras, doorbell cameras, and motion sensors, providing real-time surveillance accessible via smartphones. Home entertainment isn't left behind, with smart TVs and sound systems often part of the package. Most smart home devices are interconnected through a central hub or app, allowing for seamless control from anywhere with an internet connection. As technology evolves, additional features like energy monitoring, automated gardening systems, and even smart kitchen appliances continue to be integrated, making the home more efficient and connected.