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    With the click of a handheld remote or from a small touchscreen on the nightstand, the picture on the mirror TV in this Master Bedroom magically appears. When not in use, the TV looks like a regular mirror and the room appears to be totally free of electronics.

    Three of the thirty motorized solar and Roman shades in this residence are the perfect backdrop for the chaise loungs in this Master Suite.

    Upon command via a handheld remote, touchscreen, or iPad, a 42-inch TV rises from its hiding place in the custom-built cabinet — the perfect way to bring a television into the bedroom without being intrusive.

    • With closet doors taking up virtually all the wall space in the Master Bedroom of this NYC penthouse, a 32-inch TV drops down from a custom-engineered ceiling lift – and disappears from the room when not in use.
    With closet doors taking up virtually all the wall space in the Master Bedroom of this NYC penthouse, a 32-inch TV drops down from a custom-engineered ceiling lift – and disappears from the room when not in use.
    To provide comfortable viewing in the sharply angled Master Bedroom of this Central Park Penthouse, a 42˝ flatscreen display rises on a custom lift and automatically swivels toward the bed. When it’s turned off, the TV disappears into the shallow cabinet.
    This Master Bedroom is the perfect marriage of technology and design. Motorized dual roller shades have one layer for solar shading, and another blackout layer for total privacy and light blocking. 
     
    The 65-inch TV is mounted on a motorized articulating arm that can be turned toward the bed or the sitting area. 
     
    The tabletop touchscreen on the nightstand allows the homeowners to cue up a favorite movie or TV show, close the curtains, and make sure all the lights throughout the rest of the residence are turned off — all without getting out of bed.
    • Several Crestron TSW-1052 touchscreens control the integrated home technology in this Upper East Side NYC Brownstone.

    One of several 10-inch touchscreens in this classic Upper-East-Side NYC brownstone gives the homeowners control of the entire system from anywhere in the house — including the Walk-in Closet.

    • Using Osbee's easy-to-use custom app created for this specific residence, friends and extended family enjoy all the convenience of the system with the Crestron TS-1542 15-inch touchscreen in the Guest Bedroom.

    Friends and extended family enjoy all the convenience of the system with the touchscreen and keypad in this Guest Bedroom.

    The room temperature, all the light fixtures and motorized shades, and the music playing in this Master Suite can be adjusted effortlessly from any touchscreen in the residence, and from the homeowners’ iPhones and iPads.

    The wall-mounted multi-function keypad in this child's Bedroom provides fast access to lights and favorite audio sources. The iPad Air in the tabletop dock gives portable access to the entire system.

    At the start of the day, the couple residing at this historical NYC Brownstone can check the local news and weather, raise the motorized shades, and turn the heat up in the Breakfast Room on the floor below all from the 10-inch tabletop touchscreen in the Master Bedroom.

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  • With closet doors taking up virtually all the wall space in the Master Bedroom of this NYC penthouse, a 32-inch TV drops down from a custom-engineered ceiling lift – and disappears from the room when not in use.4 
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  • Several Crestron TSW-1052 touchscreens control the integrated home technology in this Upper East Side NYC Brownstone.7 
  • Using Osbee's easy-to-use custom app created for this specific residence, friends and extended family enjoy all the convenience of the system with the Crestron TS-1542 15-inch touchscreen in the Guest Bedroom.8 
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