>new Samsung fridge has three cameras inside the fridge
>you can use smartphone to look inside your fridge to see what's inside, what's past expiration date, etc.
Would you find this useful?
No, I know exactly what's in my fridge and usually have a vague plan on how to use each item before it goes bad.
Seriously though, if I was making bank and had both a smart fridge and a smart phone I'd probably check up on my food multiple times a day, even if I was just in the next room, and get a better picture of what I was going to make for my next meal.
It costs more to have this "money saving" device, champ. If I open my refrigerator 300 times in a month, it will cost me about $6. If I blow big bucks on this new fangled set up, it wouldn't pay for itself in a decade with door opening savings. Plus, you still have to open your refrigerator to retrieve food anyway.
It's a gimmick for suckers and people who don't know what to spend their money on.
>/ck/ hacks anons fridge
>laughs at their literal shit taste
>anon is food shamed and cries for the food police
I bought a watch with a camera in it for $10 a couple months ago. All else being equal, putting in a few cameras that can connect to an app should barely cost anything compared to the energy bills from people who open their refrigerators every hour and spend 5 minutes staring at the same shit that was there the last time, expecting something new to magically appear.
Would be useful when WWIII happens and everyone hides in their fridge to protect themselves from the nuclear bomb and when the dust has settled and the emergency response team search for survivors they wont have to open the fridge and get a face full of rotting flesh stench. They just use the camera to see if anyone is alive in there.
This is going to create a whole new generation of anorexics who can look at literal video footage of their food without having to get near it.
this is actually a valid (maybe the only valid) application of cameras in your fridge, and i like the idea.
forget your list? making an impromptu stop at the grocery store after work? maybe you decide, while you're out of the house, that you want to make something in particular for dinner but you're not sure if you've got all of the ingredients.
so, sure, i think that's a neat concept. probably easy to implement, too.
This basically. I know exactly what's in my fridge at all times. I also know what's past date, IF there is something past date.
This would also be useless in making grocery lists for me as well. If I'm cooking for myself I just buy ingredients for whatever sounds good that week. If I'm cooking for company, same rule applies and they usually enjoy whatever I make.
>monitor expiry date
a better application would be to have a barcode scanner which records the info and warns you when things are about to expire.
may need to work in conjunction with major supermarkets to have them print a barcode for fresh produce, or a master barcode on the reciept. packaged foods will already have the barcode.
My first thought was "This is retarded and this marketer is even more retarded".
My second thought was "And now Google can check their fridges to send better targeted ads and track buying habits more efficiently".
And lastly "In 5 years it will be required to have fridgecams in Bonglanistan so they can execute you for having non-halal food".
Pretty sure he'd only be looking for feedback, and whether this project would be worth continuing into mass production.
Or it could simply an anon who happens to be shopping for a fridge and saw this in his research and thought it would make an interesting conversation on /ck/.
Whatever the case I wouldn't have a need for a fridge like this. But it would be kinda cool to see if the light really does go out when I close the door.
fuck google trying to sell me shit get outta here
I have a Samsung TV and it's fine.
But I can't install the Samsung Remote app on my Sony phone for solely the reason it's not a Samsung phone.
So no! No more Samsung products, thank you.
>Wait in line for 2 weeks for new apple iFridge 5
>Fridge only chills official licensed apple partner groceries
> Buy case of weeks worth of apple iWater for $53
>Freezer sold separately
>iFridge 4 came out 3 months ago
>At least apple fridges don't get viruses, BTFO microFridge(tm) users
>at least my wife's son likes it
But really? No. In fact I'd buy a Wolf instead of samshit. Or whirlpool or GMC or whoever else makes refrigerators
Fuck you for posting that image.
I'm relatively happy, but shit like that makes me angry I'm not pulling the money needed to buy something like that on a whim, just because I want it.
>Pretty sure he'd only be looking for feedback, and whether this project would be worth continuing into mass production.
So, considering no one here would want (or could afford) to buy one, shouldn't we encourage the production just to watch them make a bunch of shit refrigerators that no one wants?
Fridge ordering OS...
>it runs Windows
Heaps of cheap, widely available food but it goes off quickly and often comes with extra packaging and bugs.
>It runs Macos
Expensive, although usually good quality food.
Very few stores sell the food and most people that shop there are pretentious dicks.
>It runs Linux
Mostly raw ingredients available, can be tricky to get food for if you're new to it.
Fridge comes with built in Anime streaming LCD.
If someone gave the technology to me for free, I might use it for when I go shopping. I always forget shit, even when I make a list. I would want to know what's in my cabinets, too, though, so I would stop buying noodles I already have (every FUCKING time).
Now the botnet wants to use non-free software to spy on my food habits.
I'm going to STARVE
> not having a excel file with the expiring date of all the food in the house