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I can do the Dick Tracy bit with my Samsung Gear watch connected to the SmartThings Hub, as well as manually control lights and such. If it were possible to view cameras on the watch that would be handy. When I'm in the shop and Alexa announces "motion on breezeway" I could take a peek at the breezeway cameras from the watch. Watch can connect directly to Wi-Fi, doesn't require interfacing with a phone.

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On 1/7/2020 at 8:10 AM, sparc said:

If it were possible to view cameras on the watch that would be handy. When I'm in the shop and Alexa announces "motion on breezeway" I could take a peek at the breezeway cameras from the watch. Watch can connect directly to Wi-Fi, doesn't require interfacing with a phone.

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2 hours ago, Princeau99 said:

OK. I'll bite. what cameras are you using. Is this through Apple kit enabled device?

I'm using a mix of 15 cameras which include Iris gen1 & gen2, Dahua and Amcrest.  They are all connected to Blue Iris and I'm using a Homebridge plugin (homebridge-camera-ffmpeg v0.1.14) to connect them to HomeKit.

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