iFridge: future kitchen-tech revealed
1st Sep 2008 | 10:42
An intelligent fridge that sprays your food with nutrients, and an iPod-controlled coolbox
The R-Y6000 and R-Y5400 will be able to sense what type of foodstuff is being stored where in the fridge, and douse it in the appropriate nutrients as it sees fit – a perfect opportunity for the robots' inevitable conquest of humanity if ever there was one.
We'll bring you more news on this when there's any in English, and if we haven't already been reduced to dribbling simpletons by benzodiazepine-laced carrots.
Not only will this baby blast tunes round your kitchen via the small on-board speaker, it'll also allow you to use your connected iPod or iPhone to connect to your home network - via the iGorenje application – to control the fridge on the screen of your music player.
The company is apparently going to follow the fridge with a whole host of other Apple-controlled home appliances in the near future.