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Futurist kitchen items you may want



Moley Robotics

After a long day at the office, you can’t always find the motivation to cook for yourself. Thankfully, London-based company Moley Robitics has come up with an alternative to takeout and ready meals that’s just as easy, and so much healthier. The ‘robo chef’ – sadly still a prototype – captures the human movement involved in preparing a meal, then recreates it with its sophisticated set of robot hands. (The humanoid appendages use 20 motors, 24 joints and 129 sensors for ease and accuracy of movement when stirring, trussing, drizzling and garnishing.) The product is at least a year away from launch – the company hopes to make it more compact, while adding a built-in refrigerator and dishwasher – but it is a glimpse into the future. A future in which you happen to have a spare $20,000, that is.

see more at: http://www.domain.com.au/advice/move-over-thermomix-four-futuristic-kitchen-systems-youll-want-to-try-20160701-gpr8w2/

Futuristic home gadets now available

Behold! Take a look at the home of the future … Or is it the home of today? These innovative, Jetsonesque appliances are here to make your life easier, taking much of the struggle out of our menial daily chores. Out with the old and in with the extremely new!


1. June Oven

Clueless in the kitchen? This smart oven doesn’t leave anything to chance. June has been marketed as the biggest kitchen game-changer since the microwave oven. Just pop in the raw meal – and stand back as it does its work. With its built-in camera and processor, June recognizes what dish you’re cooking, sets the appropriate temperature, and turns itself off when your food is ready. Think of it as an easy-bake oven for grown-ups!

See more at: http://www.domain.com.au/advice/10-futuristic-home-gadgets-to-make-your-life-easier-20160622-gpow4w/

What Will the Home of 2015 Be Like?

Rather than space-age technology, the biggest thing that is expected to change in the future of single-family homes is the size.

According to a study that surveyed home builders, they reported that they expect new single-family homes to check in at an average of 2,150 square feet. Current single family homes measure around 2,400 square feet, which is already a decrease from the peak home size in 2007 of 2,521.

Read more at: http://realestate.yahoo.com/promo/a-look-ahead-at-new-homes-of-2015.html

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