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Epaperiffic Garage flair

Ive noticed that fairly often peoples carports are the entrances they actually use Unlike most architectural thresholds these do not yet seem to be optimized to create a particular mood; use ePaper to create a big visual messaging area to communicate to the arriving person the things they like
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Ive noticed that fairly often peoples carports are the entrances they actually use

Its just a little peculiar that a half million or million dollar residence greets its proprietor with greasy concrete plus fluorescent lights Although I recognize a craftspersons garage is a nifty thing

Unlike most architectural thresholds carports do not yet seem to be optimized to create a particular mood; the technology here is to use ePaper to create a big visual messaging area to communicate to the arriving person things they like

beanangel, Apr 20 2010

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       So:   

       A) Lots of people enter their houses via their garages, which are unaesthetic and unwelcoming.   

       C) Use ePaper.   

       I missed "B".
MaxwellBuchanan, Apr 20 2010
  

       MB: a tremendously important thing to have noted There is no invention here just advocacy of more aesthetic pleasurable carports   

       The technology could be a detector that noted an arriving human then sprayed romantic pheremones to facilitate the quality as well as duration of a resident couples relationship   

       The technology could be like a corridor of coats kind of like The lion The witch & The wardrobe that move gently at the corridor to say to the arriver they have arrived at a fresh pleasant place   

       anyway its kind of you to reply a previous bunch of things I wrote didn't get replies because I couldn't use .com sites from the convenient library
beanangel, Apr 20 2010
  

       What?
MaxwellBuchanan, Apr 20 2010
  

       it's ba-a-a-a-a-ck.   

       If you have the room then yes, that portion of the garage could be made a less spartan (not much unless you're in a consistent temperature region), but why e-paper ? seems easier to just paint some columns'n'stuff in black and white if that's the effect you're after.
FlyingToaster, Apr 20 2010
  

       ah a TV for the car.
FlyingToaster, Apr 20 2010
  


 

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