A couple of weeks ago, I stumbled across an article in the Financial Times about how automatic door hinges could be a big deal for your home.
As it turns out, there are lots of people who are concerned that their doors are going to fail at some point and need to have a more automated solution.
That’s why I was excited to hear that there is a big push to make these doors safer.
And if you’re wondering why I’m interested in automating doors, I’m glad you asked.
I was curious about the safety benefits of automated door systems.
I’ve always been curious about how the human brain is affected by mechanical stimuli.
We’ve been doing research on that for decades, and I think it’s really important to keep it in mind as you read this.
When I started out in this field, I remember reading an article that was written by a psychologist named Alan Maimon.
He said, If you put someone in a dark room, and they’re told that they’re going to get some kind of stimulus, they’re not going to do that.
They’re not even going to try to look for it.
They are going immediately to the lights and go, “I’ve got to do this!”
They’re going straight to the stimulus.
In contrast, if you put somebody in a room with a lot of lights and a lot going on, they might go, Oh my God!
But they might also be doing some other things.
But if you’ve got a door that has a sensor, that has an alarm, that will respond to the light in a way that you want it to respond to you, you can’t get a different outcome.
You might get the same result as if you just turned the lights off and left the room.
It’s the same thing with a door, except it’s going to respond in a different way.
This is why there are so many different kinds of doors.
There are all sorts of sensors in there, sensors that have to be turned on or off, sensors to activate the door or not activate it.
If you have a door with sensors that can be turned off, there’s a chance that something could go wrong.
We’re always in a race against time to find a way to make doors as safe as possible.
So, I thought, why aren’t we doing this?
Why aren’t there sensors that are constantly monitoring that door to detect when it’s being opened and shut?
I started looking into it and came up with the idea of having sensors that would be constantly monitoring your doors.
We would measure the pressure, we would measure how often you turn the door, we’d measure the temperature.
The sensors would detect when the door is open and turn it on or on the lights, and the door would turn itself on or turn it off.
And we’d be able to tell when that door is closed.
The idea was that if the doors were open at all, they were actually making your house more safe.
If the door was shut, it was making it less safe.
I started getting really excited.
I thought that this is really cool.
We are going back to the days of Henry Ford and Edison, where people were using levers, moving things around.
So this would be a way for us to have sensors that were constantly monitoring the doors, and also the sensors that controlled the door.
I’m excited to start doing this.