Published: 05/01/2021Innovations in tech, materials, and processes are moving fast, and in light of the pandemic, our lives at home are shifting more quickly too. Products previously associated with commercial and public spaces are increasingly being applied to people’s homes.
Some of the top new global innovations forecast to emerge in 2021 and beyond are listed below:
- Air purification system in the guise of a piece of art;
- Windows that when heated become solar cells;
- Radiators that use infrared radiation to save energy;
- Bladeless ceiling fans that kill micro-organisms;
- Smart circadian lightbulbs providing personalised body clock lighting;
- Home offices that pop up and are antibacterial and self-cleaning;
- Ceiling panels using ultraviolet technology to filter and remove infectious air particles;
- Contactless button system in existing lifts to reduce bacteria transmissions;
- Shelves that disinfect hands and mobile phones;
- Pop-up office kit for bedrooms to recreate office-like virtual presentations;
- A platform targeting ‘Zoom fatigue’ by injecting lift into virtual meetings;
- Data encryption devices protecting home information systems;
- Home tech that places your grocery orders by voice instructions;
- Augmented reality app which helps you visualise how art will look in your home;
- Artificial intelligence sensors able to detect if the washing machine is in need of repair;
- Bedside device which tracks significant heart rate changes thereby reducing medical appointments;
- App enabling the home-bound to make incredible journeys in real-time;
- Music therapy app using artificial intelligence to create a soothing personalised playlist.
These innovations will shape how we live safely and comfortably in our homes without sacrificing style or design.
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