IKEA’s Kitchen Of The Future: Design Challenges For Intelligent Homes

IKEA’s Kitchen Of The Future: Design Challenges For Intelligent Homes
technology

An exploration of what the future could look like, as home environments become more intelligent.

Kyle Studstill
  • 18 august 2010

IKEA has commissioned a report with The Future Laboratory to explore what the kitchen of the future could potentially look like. This reactive environment takes advantage of a number of sensor-based technologies designed to help users make more sustainable and healthy decisions around food, from EEG-based readers tuned to individual brainwaves to intelligent virtual chefs that deliver recipe recommendations. The Future Laboratory explains in a press release below:

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