Mit Invents A Radical New Way To Heat Buildings: Spotlights That Follow You | Design | Wired

Image: MIT A prototype of the Local Warming system. Image: MIT A prototype of the Local Warming system. Image: MIT Making the prototype. Image: MIT Making the prototype. A $99 Gadget That Makes Your Oven Way Smarter ADVERTISEMENT The heat in big buildings is a massive energy suck. Commercial buildings account for 20 percent of the national energy consumptiona big number on its own, but stunning when you consider that often, those buildings are half empty. A new project from MITs Senseable City Lab is looking to decrease the amount of wasted energy by creating hyper-localized beams of heat.
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