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The bathroom of the future

The floor and walls of the bathroom are clad with tiles that represent displays with built-in speakers. If necessary, the owner can set the program and, with the help of video and audio effects, turn a banal hygiene procedure into, for example, swimming under a waterfall surrounded by tropical forests.

A Worldwide water shortage has led to the emergence of complex systems aimed at its economy. Toilets have become folding, which has reduced water consumption by half. Even more impressive savings - up to 80% - were made by showers with a closed circulation system in which water is purified and used many times. Washing machines don’t need water at all: they clean clothes using dry ice.

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Eylül Ulubaş I'm not sure about "banal hygiene" but in Japan and China I mean in the countries that the technolgy is so advenced the sounded toilets are way too much in hotels.
27 May 2020
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Dayton Sigurdsson The only way i see something like this becoming commonplace is if we discover something like fusion which vastly increases our industry, allowing everyone to have such luxury's as lining their entire bathroom with T.V's
06 Feb 2019
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Matthew Mayberry another futurist "Luxury" item that I don't see being common place. sure they might have them, but again, you're gonna pay for it. another quirky item for the rich.
06 Feb 2019
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Devin McLaughlin Seems cool, but way too expensive and unnecessary.
06 Feb 2019
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Stephen Bridgwater The home of the future will feature smart technology integrated into the design and materials designed for rich, super realistic and high quality media presentation, gaming and interconnectivity.
06 Feb 2019
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Hubert Corriveau You won't need to be super rich for that. You'll need to be rich enough to build a new house or a new bathroom though. But I can see people spending extra money on this. The main limitation is not money, it will be its lifetime. If a tole stop working at year 2, tough luck.
06 Feb 2019
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Raptor1324 Imagine if bathrooms in this time would be like a water fall for the shower and the toilet would be like futuristict that would be awesome btw i hate spelling
06 Feb 2019
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James Revelator Drinking water is not future problem, waste waters are. Desalinization of water is pretty much simple but if water is dirty,, you need to clean it. Chemically, like its done now for bottle water or by boiling it which can be combined w steam energy to get 2 in 1.
06 Feb 2019
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Caio Bolzani Dr. Pearson, I've read your blog and your text about smart homes back in 2000. You seem not to believe this kind of technology will be worth to get in our houses. What have changed since then?
06 Feb 2019
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Jason Keller Ian, you're not supposed to wear stupid after Labor Day.
06 Feb 2019
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