SponsoredPut Your Home on Vacation Mode, Right from the AirportStudio@Gizmodo5/30/12 11:59amFiled to: Home monitoring and controlGizmodoHeadlineAdvertisement0EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink The future is here, people. Want to see what's happening at your abode when you're not there? Well, Verizon Home Monitoring and Control not only lets you do just that, it also allows you to remotely turn lights on and off, adjust your thermostat, and lock and unlock doors with just the swipe of your smartphone screen. Want to test it out? Play the online Prometheus mini-game that Verizon created with Twentieth Century Fox for the upcoming release of Prometheus, which hits theaters June 8. In it, you navigate through the levels using the Verizon Home Monitoring and Control features, viewing the ship via remote cameras, locating tablets and turning them on to reveal passcodes, fiddling with the lights in the Lab, and controlling the temperature of the Escape Hatch—just like you can control cameras, lights, and temps in your own home. Advertisement Play the game today, because it's your last opportunity to enter for a chance to win a trip to London (where the film was shot) and to gain access to a bunch of exclusive Prometheus content like blueprints of the USCSS Prometheus and much, much more, using the Home Monitoring and Control features from Verizon—the company that's bringing Sci-Fi to life.And the next time you take a trip, just put your home on "Vacation" mode, choose to receive text or email alerts if something happens, then sit back and monitor your front door, granting or denying access to any visitor that may show up—right from your seaside palapa.