Think about strolling up in your hotel room with touchscreen walls round you. The one to the left reveals that it’s presently a cool 45 levels with mild rain. One other display lists your 5 conferences for the day, and the one to the proper shows a subway map of the metropolis.
Steve Clayton, the editor of the “Next at Microsoft” weblog who joined us on our podcast a couple of months in the past, just published a post about hotel rooms of the future and included this prototype. The video above goes by means of all the cool options of the room, together with interactive mirrors, clear screens that change relying on climate and mirrors with radios put in in them.
“The walls caught my eye as they have been ‘operating’ Windows 8 and I’m getting near putting in a wall based mostly model myself utilizing some tech from Ubi Interactive,” Clayton writes.
So, what type of issues would you wish to see in the hotel room of the future? Voice-activated instructions? Robots that serve you excellent cocktails? Possibly an Xbox with IllumiRoom?
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