I have a neurodivergent child that struggles with volume control. When he gets excited he gets LOUD. I want to use the google home mini that's in his room to flash a smart light I will install in his ceiling fan if ne gets too loud when playing. But I can't quite figure out how to make that work. Any help?
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You can use your voice and Google Home app to control smart lights around your house without touching a switch. You can check this article for more information.
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Thanks for coming back to us. Currently, the Google Home/Nest speakers can pick up the sound of any smoke or carbon monoxide alarm and send you an alert from the Home app. Your speaker or display can also let you know when it detects glass breaking (such as a window) in your home.
Regarding a sound detector light, you might want to check with our third-party device manufacturer like SmartThings, Geeni, or SmartLife if they have that kind of lights that you can link and control using your Google Home Mini.