Satya Kiran Popuri
Bharath M P
∑ This is the main panel. The left side of the screen is dedicated for the system controls.
These controls include heating and cooling modes as well as fan settings.
∑ To the right is the status screen. The house is a metaphor for the userís home.†
∑ The inside temperature and settings are shown within the house because they directly affect the inside of the house.
∑ The outside temperature is shown outside of the house for similar reasons.†
∑ The color of the house changes according to its current state.†
∑ When it is heating, the house will be filled with orange to denote heat.†
∑ When it is cooling, the house will be filled with blue.
∑ The status bar at the top shows the date, time, and battery power level.† This status bar will always be displayed on top of every screen.
∑ Upon touching the settings button from the main screen, the user will be presented with the settings screen similar to the one shown above.
∑ When the heating schedule button is selected, the heating temperatures will be displayed as shown above.
∑ The user can select multiple time periods to adjust either the time or temperature using the respective arrow buttons.
∑ The user can press reset to restore factory default settings to the heating schedule.
∑ When apply is pressed, the settings are saved.
∑ Notice the change in the background color of the cooling panel.
∑ Pressing the override button will present user with three options as shown above.
∑ User can touch anywhere within the white box to active the choice.
∑ The green led lights indicate currently active settings.
∑ Below the schedule settings are buttons to modify the units to either Fahrenheit or Celsius units.
∑ Pressing the main button to the left will return the user to the main screen.