- A special fridge has been created that drives to its owner when called
- The unique fridge also has the ability to avoid unexpected obstacles without any hassle
- A video demonstrating the fridge functionalities has generated mixed reactions on social media
There exists a fridge that has the ability to hear and act without being touched. The special fridge, seen in a recent video shared by Yabaleftonline, drives to its owner when called.
The innovation, which is a brainchild of Panasonic, according to TechInsider, uses technology called LIDAR and deep sensor to make a map of its owner's home for prospective movement purposes.
The self-driving fridge is also able to navigate and avoid obstacles like pets and kids in its way. What's more is that the fridge, named Ku, is voice-activated and can also bring food to its owner.
The clip got many people talking. While some hailed he experimental innovation, others frowned at it, stressing that it encourages extreme laziness.
"You will now be calling your fridge. Am not understanding."
"Laziness being encouraged."
"Well I can see myself enjoying the life that I really want."
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that there's a model of fridge on the market that costs R940k, too expensive for Somizi even. Somizi took a trip to Smeg to buy a Dolce & Gabanna kettle and toaster and he saw something in the showroom that shocked him.
The celebrity saw a fridge there, it was absolutely stunning, all the DG appliances are beautifully decorated but this fridge is something else. He asked the ladies in the store to tell him the price of the fridge and he told his audience to turn their volume up and listen carefully. The video is hilarious.
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