Household tech is fast moving from energy efficiency to entertainment to automation.
(Part II of this two-part series focuses on robots, smart TVs, pricing and 2021 Good Tech Awards in Housing.)
Robots Are Coming
Robots have been used in industrial and commercial spaces for a while now. In 2022, robots are going home.
The Alexa-enabled Astro that looks like a mechanical duck can get around by itself, detect and video unrecognized people and send that video wherever in the house.
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HelloRobot calls its products “mobile manipulators” that can, for example, hand someone in the house a cup of coffee.
Servi robots that put plates on tables in some restaurants may be doing the same in some smart homes. Musk’s Teslabot, a humanoid robot standing 5’8”, does “unsafe, repetitive or boring” tasks already in industrial settings but may soon add gears to do the same in and outside people’s homes.
TVs have been getting bigger and smarter for years now. 2022’s solution to gigantic TVs is foldability. CSeed’s MI rises from the ground as a black column and then unfolds into a 165-inch 4K MicroLED display unit. Samsung’s coming out with its even larger, and even pricier, unit mid-year.
Indications are that next-gen smart, storable TVs will include thin, hi-def display panels you stick on the wall. LG is offering rollable TVs that expand and retract from a base simply by rolling/unrolling it.
Pricing for all of these robotics and/or smart TVs is stratospheric at this point but…just think about how much computers and smart TVs and whatevers used to cost and what they cost now. Of course, by the time these prices are even doable for “the rest of us,” the future latest and greatest home tech items will be even more desirable and more expensive.
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2021 Good Tech Awards in Housing
Shout-outs to three construction tech companies that are making a difference in housing by substantially cutting construction costs and building time.
- ICON – Its tech was used to print homes in a village in Mexico in 2021 and will be used in a development in Austin TX that will consist entirely of 3-D printed homes
- Mighty Buildings – This outfit sells prefab home kits consisting of 3-D printed panels that are factory made and then assembled on site. Homes are powered by solar panels and loaded with energy-efficient features. It has a deal to build 3-D print homes in Rancho Mirage CA in 2022.
Thanks to MansionGlobal and The New York Times.