Not too long ago we kept hearing about how Virtual Reality (VR) Apps were going to change the world. But barring a few notable exceptions, for instance Uber and Snapchat, the majority were failures.
Now with with tools like Apple’s ARKit and Google’s ARCore, new Augmented Reality (AR) apps are more likely to attract consumers who only need their phone to use them instead of add on devices. Continue reading “Cambira App brings Augmented Reality to Your Kitchen”
The Cosentino Group, working with industry experts, have published their 2017 Global Kitchen Study which predicts the characteristics of the kitchen of the future.
The annual study took information from interviews with 17 kitchen and food experts and a survey of 842 kitchen and bath retailers from Australia, Brazil, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Here are the five main findings. Continue reading “Kitchen Study Highlights 5 Future Trends”
Here’s another technology post that brings you an industry first. Water Over Wire or WOW technology was unveiled at KBIS in Orlando by Pfister, a division of Spectrum Brands Holdings. Continue reading “Water Over Wire”
For the next several years there’s going to be a continual debate about the types of technology and how much of it we want in our home.
Kitchen designers used to only have to worry about incorporating a television in a kitchen and a knee space for the “cookbook area” often called the lady’s desk. Open floor plans and personal devices have eliminated much need for the a kitchen television. Continue reading “Virtual User Experience Technology (VUX)”