New Type Of Smart Refrigerator

75% of the energy consumed by refrigerators is wasted when we open a refrigerator door. This is a huge amount of energy that also increases our energy bill. The situation is even worse in big families with a lot of children. Luckily, technology can help us. The design of the smart refrigerator should eliminate the amount of energy we waste, when we open a refrigerator door. It has 2 small cameras that record everything in the refrigerator. Then, you can search for the food you want, and open small door. With the smart refrigerator, we can save 400.000.000kwh in the world.
By using small doors, we will reduce the amount of air ‘’escapes’’ from the refrigerator when we open the door. Also, we will reduce the amount of warm air getting in. When we open the door of an ordinary refrigerator, this happens, so refrigerator must use more energy to cool our food. With the smart refrigerator, there is more wasted energy. Compartments are carefully divided, so you can use one for just one type of food or drink.
The display is touch screen, so it is easy to use and it has a good resolution. The price and more information are known, but this can be a reality in the near future. If you are planning to buy a new refrigerator, thus, may be your best option. The designers are Jeong-hun Yang and Gyeong-chan Han. They managed to design a refrigerator that is very effective and look very interesting. It is the best solution for people who live in hi-tech homes. Hopefully, we will be able to use it soon.

 

 

 

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