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szdaily -> Tech and Science
FridgeCam shows what’s inside your fridge
    2017-September-6  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

摄像头追踪冰箱里的食物状态

There’s nothing worse than going to do the weekly shop and coming home to find that you forgot a key item. But those days could soon be a thing of the past, thanks to a new camera for your fridge.

The US$130 FridgeCam lets you see what’s inside your fridge from your smartphone, ensuring you don’t forget any key ingredient*.

FridgeCam was revealed at the IFA conference in Berlin, and is the world’s first wireless fridge camera that can be installed in any fridge.

It connects to a “Smarter” app, letting you see what food you have from your smartphone or tablet. As well as showing which foods you have, the FridgeCam can also help keep track of expiry dates, and suggest recipes based on the food in your fridge.

Every time the fridge door is opened, the FridgeCam automatically takes a snapshot of your contents, and sends the image to your smartphone. Each photo is sent directly to an app on your phone, allowing you to bring them up when you’re out shopping to check your food supply.

The software tracks objects as they are moved around the fridge, so it doesn’t tell you that you’ve run out of milk when you’ve simply shifted it to a different shelf.

The device’s Smarter Chef feature suggests recipes based on the food you have in your fridge. This could save users money by encouraging them to use up what they already have, rather than go to the shops to buy new ingredients.

Because FridgeCam lies in sleep mode most of the time, its battery can last up to six months.

(SD-Agencies)

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