After an incredibly frustrating day of dealing with technology and it's inability to perform when needed most, I'm writing this post a day late and not without a little animosity towards the subject. If you have a minute and a half, watch this video. If you don't, then stop reading this post and get back to work.
Moving on, let's take a look at an example of smart kitchen technology and what it means for the chef in your house.
This fridge by Samsung probably will make you want to change your name to Jetson. It has three cameras that take pictures each time the door closes, allowing you to access them from you phone so you know what you need when you go to the store without making a list. (Unfortunately, it does not come with pantry cameras at the moment but just give it time.) Plus it has other features such as a calendar to coordinate everyone's schedules, displays pictures and you can post notes to the fridge through your phone from anywhere. Basically, it becomes the center of your universe.
Travis Gray was born in Annapolis and raised on the Severn River. He specializes in marketing fine homes and waterfront property in the Annapolis area.