Quote: Originally Posted by michaelst
Your refrigerator would be equipped with a scanner that would keep track of the contents and condition of every item inside, and display it on a panel on the outside of the unit. Your cabinets would work the same way for dry goods. All linked to your PC. It could notify you when you're getting low on Cherrios or cans of soup and even re-order from the store for immediate pick-up or hold for more items.
It could take your blood pressure and blood oxygen content every time your sit down on the toilet with sensors in the seat. And if you standing, a scanner measures the length and volume by calculating the difference in the contents of the bowl. Your blankets record your tempurature, and HVAC system measures your respiration.
Infrared sensors calculate your caloric output, while the floor weighs you.
All viewing, listening, browsing and verbal data is stored and analysed by the Home OS (by Microsoft), and passed onto the Health Regulation Bureau, as required by law.
I don't need my fridge to tell me I'm hungry and I'm out of everything or that I'm fat.