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future HAUS for the Wall Street Journal (Las Vegas Corporate Event Photography)

Here are some recent images I took of future HAUS for the Wall Street Journal. The future HAUS is a kitchen designed by Virginia Tech University researchers and displayed at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas. The display features touch screens on everything and all the appliances are controlled via the internet. This dishwasher will inform you when you are out of soap, food containers are on scales so they will let you know when supplies are running low, and appliances will offer unprecedented automation. 






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