If you want something from the Bio Robot Fridge, just stick your hand into the biopolymer gel and grab it
Instict maps out a 3D roomscape before tackling any cleaning
The Snail is a portable cooking or heating device which sticks directly to the side of a mug and then supplies heat directly
Can't decide what to wear? Let the In-Home printer create a custom garment for you on the spot
This Giger-esque design is the MESO food supplement dispenser
Rather than shelves hidden behind a door, users push food items straight into the Bio Robot's non-sticky, odorless biopolymer gel to the front of the fridge
Simply place an arm into the MESO's mouth and wham - the nutrients are injected straight into the bloodstream
Instinct is said to adapt to its environment and then "chooses the path of less cleaning resistance"
The Snail sticks to the object needing to be heated and a heated coil kicks in to warm it up
The perfect fit is determined by the In-Home printer's camera and once you get tired of your new garment, return it to the device for dismantling and re-use
The 25 semi-finalists in this year's Design Lab competition have just been a announced by Electrolux
This year's Design Lab competition from Electrolux has seen 1,300 entries from 17 countries flood in for consideration. The theme for 2010 is the "2nd Space Age" and the 25 semi-finalists have just been announced. Soon that number will be further reduced to just eight, who will then battle it out to try and win a wad of cash and the chance to work at one of the company's design centers. But before that happens, let's take a quick look at what's on offer.
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