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Effortless transformation of interior spaces

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Oh, those women who wake up with the applied make-up and perfect hair ><
Connie Liu@connie219
@ekaterina_kharitonova had the same thought lol
Adam Lazarus@adamlaz · Ones & Zeros
when will there be an 'add to cart' button? :-)
Jimmy Mackin@jimmymackin · Partner at Curaytor
@adamlaz Thinking the same thing...
Snah Desai@s_haverford · Operations Analyst, ServiceTitan
@adamlaz Take my money!
Kunal Bhatia
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@kunalslab · Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
A collaboration between Yves Behar of fuseproject and an MIT Media Lab spin-off, Ori is a way to make smaller spaces smarter and beautiful. The robotic funiture system can transform 200-300 square feet into a living room, bedroom, closet and office. From the fuseproject blog (https://fuseproject.com/work/ori...), "...we wanted to create an experience of luxury despite the obvious lack of space. This can be done utilizing quality materials, creating efficiencies through space and functionality, and also through the experience of the technology itself."
Dhruba Adhikari@acpmasquerade · Product Director, Picovico
@kunalslab May be because of my own geographical constraints, but the first question that pops in my mind is - "Earthquake ?"
Kunal Bhatia
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@kunalslab · Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
@acpmasquerade interesting thought. Given they call out the SF market specifically, I'm guessing this is one of Ori's concerns too.
Niv Dror@nivo0o0 · Writer/Social Editor @ProductHunt
Very handy in San Francisco...
Snah Desai@s_haverford · Operations Analyst, ServiceTitan
@nivo0o0 I am already planning where to move so I can later implement this product!
Tomas Ruta@tomasruta · Growth Lead @ Founders Factory
There is plenty of similar innovations, rolled out to mainstream consumers, in Korea and Japan..
°•@Y☉___B☉L@•°@ayotwice · Honcho, Ayoville
@tomasruta kindly help list similar types please
Andy Parkhills@aparkhills · Application Developer
@tomasruta If you could provide, I would be interested in seeing the list of similar innovations. Thanks!