Here’s what I’d like to see in such a module… I’d like it to be a module that mounts to the existing blind slat rotation wand connector - preferably with a drive pass-through for manual operation. So, you’d remove the twist wand that controls the blind slats, then connect the Wyze motor, then reconnect the twist wand to the bottom of the motor. Twisting the wand would still adjust the blind angle.
Motor would be powered by solar power since it’d always be near a window.
Solar panel power output could be used as a sensor for solar intensity.
In winter, could be set to maximize solar energy passing through the blinds to warm the room.
In summer, could be set to minimize solar energy passing through the blinds into the room, keeping it cool.
Blinds would regularly adjust as the sun moves across the sky to maintain the correct angle with the blinds.
Could be driven by Wyze cam detected brightness. So you could draw an area on the video and if the area brightened past a set threshold, the blinds would adjust to reduce the light in that area below the threshold - so you could, for example, control the intensity of light on a baby’s crib.
It could have a “partly cloudy” mode where the blinds would block out light during a period of direct sunlight, but open the blinds whenever clouds obscure the sun. So the blinds would only be closed when needed.
Should also have a night-time mode - where the blinds close for privacy when the interior illumination is greater than that of the outside (making it easy to see in the house - a “Close at Sunset” mode).
Another cool setting would be “Open at Sunrise”. So it’d detect sunrise and open the blinds to help get the day started.
Could also be controlled based on temperature and automated with Wyze switches and motion sensors (open the blinds when I enter the room, but close them otherwise).