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This is the geekiest dormitory room ever! [Video]
posted June 11 2012 19:11.49 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This is BRAD, Berkeley Ridiculously Automated Dorm. A guy in UC Berkeley decided to spend 3 months and several hundred dollars to make the geekiest dormitory room ever. A full set of automated lights and curtains are controlled by proximity sensors, mobile and tablet app, remote control, speech recognition system and an emergency party button to put the room into party mode! Some other room modes are sleep mode, homework mode and romantic mode - though i believe that this mode won't be any help...




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