Future homes may be more-or-less computers
A researcher has said that in the future we may not be needing a TV or computer and instead are home would be one.
New Delhi: A researcher has said that in the future we may not be needing a TV or computer and instead are home would be one.
Chief creative officer for design firm Frog, Mark Rolston`s RoomE concept does exactly that.
He asserted that people may be able to point at the kitchen cabinet and say, "TV news," and immediately News24 materialises on that very spot, beamed from projectors mounted on the ceiling, FHM India magazine reported.
Tiny cameras inside them sense your movement, knowing exactly where you want the screen to be.
Rolston said that humans have spent the last 20 years adjusting to computers, adding that computers are good enough now that they can adjust to humans.