BBC has a video tour of Microsoft's new smart house—a future home that runs on technology to help with daily tasks, including an interactive mirror that gives laundry directions for specific clothing.
A teenager's bedroom is wallpapered in a smart display that works somewhat like a computer desktop, letting you not only change your decorations, but also bounce things off the walls and create a playful environment. A touch-enabled kitchen counter also gives out reminders and can pull up information from items place on it—including medication directions from medicine bottles and contacts from cell phones. Head over to BBC to see the full video tour. [BBC]