In My Fridge Displays What's Inside Without the Need to Open It

By: Meghan Young - Published: Oct 28, 2011 • References: & yankodesign
For those who have wondered from time to time what the kitchens of the future would be like, In My Fridge is one concept that is a strong possibility. This futuristic refrigerator employs the use of RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification) technology that collects data about quality, quantity, expiration date and even recipes, displaying this information on a unique touch-screen interactive display.

Conceived by Fabian Kreuzer and Markus Lorenz Schilling, In My Fridge basically allows people to view the contents of their fridge without opening it while also getting inspiration for what to eat at that moment or in the near future via its digital cookbook. Incredibly efficient and hi-tech, In My Fridge will surely inspire other designers to conceive their own predictions concerning kitchen appliances. Stats for Futuristic RFID Refrigerator Trending: Older & Average
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