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Published on Jan 22, 2018
School of Architecture and Design associate professor Joe Colistra is designed a smart home utilizing a gigabit network based in Kansas City and is funded through multiple grants. The goal of the smart home is to monitor the resident’s health and vital signs by using smart mirrors, toilets, floors with gait analysis, sleep sensors, and adjusted color lighting. With predictive algorithms, this could help detect precursors for Alzheimer’s disease, signs of a stroke, and other conditions. Fifth-year KU Architecture students helped execute the project in the East Hills Design-Build Center.