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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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Christopher Garrard If we have the energy for mass production of dry ice, then we have the energy for mass desalinatin projects. Dry ice cannot be a solution to the water crisis.
06 Jan 2021
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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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