The most common problem for tiny homes is space availability and different companies have attempted to alleviate this worry through smart storage, compact, modular, multi-functional and now, robotic furniture. The appeal of these abodes is easy to spot. They are affordable, low-maintenance, and perfect for an active, minimalist lifestyle.
Tech startup Bumblebee Spaces harnesses artificial intelligence to control the interior design of a home and free up floor space based on consumer needs. The robotic furniture can be retracted into the ceiling when not in use. The requirement is about 30 and 35 centimeters of ceiling height. The AI algorithm tracks the placement of each object in the 'storage' unit and anticipates the user's needs. Each robotic furniture piece can be retracted on demand and this techy modular approach is truly revolutionary.
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