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Women's T-Shirt (Junior Cut) - Into The Future

The Seven Best Things You Can Do With an Amazon Echo

The Seven Best Things You Can Do With an Amazon Echo

“lifehacker: Picking up a discounted Echo for Prime Day? Here are the awesome things you can do with it: …”

Buildings and Stars Cut into Blackout Curtains Turn Your Windows Into Nighttime Cityscapes

Buildings and Stars Cut into Blackout Curtains Turn Your Windows Into Nighttime Cityscapes

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The Future is Green: 12 Visionary Architecture Concepts

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I think it's a good idea but I'd have them look more distressed-y like old pallets. That would more for the style I'm into

Bathroom Organization - 9 Easy DIY Projects Anyone Can Do

I think it's a good idea but I'd have them look more distressed-y like old pallets. That would more for the style I'm into

Infographic: Some of the awesome benefits of smart home automation, and what home automation technologies can do. www.homecontrols.com

Infographic: Some of the awesome benefits of smart home automation, and what home automation technologies can do. www.homecontrols.com

Google engineer Max Braun wanted his ordinary bathroom mirror to look more like the futuristic fixtures you’d see in the movies—the kind that transmit information directly onto the mirror. Though these smart products are not yet on the market, the parts for them are fairly easy to obtain. With this in mind, Braun decided to build his own mirror of the future. The impressive DIY project required both hi-tech and analog materials: a two-way mirror, display panel, controller board, components…

Man Transforms His Bathroom Mirror into a Hi-Tech Device of the Future

Google engineer Max Braun wanted his ordinary bathroom mirror to look more like the futuristic fixtures you’d see in the movies—the kind that transmit information directly onto the mirror. Though these smart products are not yet on the market, the parts for them are fairly easy to obtain. With this in mind, Braun decided to build his own mirror of the future. The impressive DIY project required both hi-tech and analog materials: a two-way mirror, display panel, controller board, components…

The future of retail. (More design inspiration )

The Future of Retail 4 Trends Bringing the Virtual Experience Into Reality #infographic

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