Manodo touchscreen reports every detail of your energy consumption

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Touchscreen computers installed in the hallways of fifteen apartments in Gothenburg, Sweden, inform the residents the carbon footprint of every action they've taken in their homes, helping them monitor the true cost of leaving the lights on or taking a long shower. They're part of a pilot program from Swedish start-up Manodo; they also give handy updates for things like tram stops, weather, and who's standing outside the door.

But do the screens report the impact of their own construction and operation?

Manodo's Screen Is The Big Brother Of Energy Saving [Treehugger]

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