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  • New House of the Future

    Forgive me if this is being discussed elsewhere already, but I just ran across this news item:

    full article here: http://biz.yahoo.com/ap/080213/disne...ouse.html?.v=7


    Some highlights:
    Disney Revives 'House of the Future' to Showcase Technology
    The 5,000-square-foot home, scheduled to open in May, will look like a suburban tract home outside. But inside it will feature hardware, software and touch-screen systems that could simplify everyday living.
    The $15 million Innoventions Dream Home is a collaboration of The Walt Disney Co., Microsoft Corp., Hewlett-Packard Co., software maker LifeWare and homebuilder Taylor Morrison.
    Visitors will experience the look of tomorrow by watching Disney actors playing a family of four preparing for a trip to China.

    Anyone hear specifically where this is going to be built? It sounds like concepts we've heard for Innoventions exhibits, except this doesn't seem to be anything that would be inside the Innoventions building.

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