PUBLISHED: 10:02 18 April 2019 | UPDATED: 10:07 18 April 2019 Richard Burton Smart Homes are set to grow in popularity over the next three years. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto Archant How far would you be prepared to let technology run your home? Richard Burton looks at the reality behind Smart Homes. Unleash the power of your smartphone and take control of your home. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphotoTen years ago I sat in a New York hotel room waiting to interview one of those techno-wizz types from a Soho start-up, ordering food via virtual link to the kitchen and telling the blinds to go down when the sun shone on my laptop screen. A few days ago I related that to some of the world’s leading minds for an article on Smart Homes for an interiors magazine. I could have been telling them I’ve just discovered colour TV as they painted a picture not a million miles away from the sort of stuff I used to watch as a child on the Jetsons. Walls that glow to light up rooms, face recognition front door locks, virtual wardrobes that use our diaries and weather forecasts to work out – and tell us -… Read full this story
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