More kitchen improvements are set to take place.
When the kitchen is empty, drones will be able to take to the air and shine strong UV beams to sterilise surfaces, cleaning areas people often forget such cupboard doors. This will not only benefit house proud people but will also reduce the chances of spreading germs.
In the same year, bathrooms will see developments in technology. By 2030, Bathroom GP will be able to discreetly take biological readings and screens for illnesses as you use the bathroom.
Dr Loo will screen you whilst you’re using the toilet for kidney function and glucose levels, while Dr Mirror tells you the results.
Although this might sound a bit out of the ordinary, improving peoples health and safety while within their own home is something that will not only help individuals, but also healthcare systems around the world.
Fast forward 15 years from today to where you can expect to see tiny bug-sized bots that will pick up crumbs and dirt every time a room is empty, so ﬂoors would stay looking cleaner for longer without the continuous vacuum noise.
By now you can expect 3D printers to be preparing your meals.
These super cool and efficient devices are predicted to be able to create food such as pizza, biscuits and even pretzels!
Bio tanks of robotic fish will clean the dishes and turn the leftover water into biofuel, while filtering the water as well.
This is an invention that will not only make home life easier but will also benefit the environment.
Research shows that the global smart-tech market will surpass $100 billion by the end of the year.
The same research reports that homes will have an average of 21 connected devices by 2023.
Going by these predictions, every room will soon be enhanced by making daily tasks effortless and more efficient, therefore harmonising our digital and physical worlds at home.
02 Feb, 2020
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