Wireless Electricity from 2011 Still Totally Futuristic

A tour of the possibilities wireless electricity inside of a kitchen can offer happened at CES 2011, the worlds largest technological trade show, and it’s like taking a step towards George Jetson’s home front. Their “groundbreaking intelligent inductive coupling technology” from Fulton Innovation is called eCoupled, and it allows for the wireless (and almost invisible) use of blenders and stove-tops, a cabinet-front display of your pantry inventory, as well as a screen for issuing instructions and reading temperature.

Here it is in action at CES 2011:

Now, add ubiquitous computing and George, we’re coming up.