According to EPA, in the last several years, scientific research has suggested that the indoor air, in which we spend 90% of our time, is more polluted than the outside air. This problem is prevailing even in the largest and most industrialized cities. Thus, the risk to health is conspicuous.
3 Dimensional images have been the buzz word around when we talk about imaging. We have thousands of 3-D movie theaters around us that caters to the craze of people wanting to make their experience as real as possible.
Socrates said, “As it is not proper to cure the eyes without the head, nor the head without the body, so neither it is proper to cure the body without the soul.”
There’s been a lot of hype about talking devices lately. Internet of Things seems to be the next big thing especially after Google acquired Nest for $3.2 billion. Such humungous amounts of money being pumped in by the world’s greatest technology giant, give the hype some credibility. More realism is added to this so-distant sounding buzz when we see Korean giants, known for their technological prowess, readying themselves to join the party.
Mitsubishi is developing a new AC control device that will help to maintain cooling in premises where multiple ACs are installed. This AC control device is a new product of Mitsubishi’s building automation system (BAS). Apart from AC this device can control multiple refrigerators and helps in providing maximum refrigeration in minimum power consumption.
Coming back to home after office and you find there is no Bread!! Shit!! It just got skipped from mind to purchase bread for tomorrow’s breakfast.
Waking up on Sunday morning and finding that no milk has left inside the Refrigerator. Cursing your memory again that how come you forgot to purchase milk last night?
Opening the refrigerator multiple times to check that whether the ice cream that was placed inside ice chamber 30 min back is ready to eat?