When I initially backed, I didn't realize that it would be connected to a cloud service; is there any way the Peeple can operate independently of peeple.io ? If my internet is out but I'm in my bedroom, I'd still like to be able to see who's at the door. If, ten years down the road, the Peeple people have moved on and are sunsetting the Peeple servers, I'd still like my Peeple to work. If I'm security-paranoid and don't want my front door to be cloud-connected, I'd still like to be able to use my device.
The 3 little tabs we included for sticking Peeple to your glass just aren't cutting it. We have been testing adhesives for the last few weeks and we finally have a replacement. We'll be sending those out to people attaching their Peeple to glass. Let us know (you can email us at email@example.com) if you're attaching your Peeple to glass and we'll send you out some of the new stuff asap.
DavepostedJust got my Peeple all set up here as well! Looks great!
Is anyone else using Peeple on a glass door? So far, I am finding that the included 3x adhesive dots are not strong enough for prolonged use. It tends to fall every 12 hours or so. I assume, using "more" dots would work.
Good news... the Peeple is standing up well to dropping from 3-5 ft onto a hardwood floor. :)
ClarkpostedI just got my Peeple. It's charged. The monster peep hole is installed. The packaging looks professional and very well done. The device looks very sleek. The instructions are easy and the app seems straightforward. I am disappointed that I can't see who is at my door, only who was at my door. I backed the kickstarter because my office is in my basement and I need to know who is at the door not who was at my door. It looks like I'll be keeping my Presence camera set up in my front window aimed at my front door. I'll be honest, at the moment I'm not seeing the usefulness of this device. I'm kickstarter backer #539
Community AdminpostedWe experienced an internet outage yesterday around noon central time. We were out for about 2-3 hours, but we're back up now. You can read more about the cause here: http://www.theverge.com/2017/2/28/14765042/amazon-s3-outage-causing-trouble