Largest Showcase Home Exhibit in North America
The Home of Tomorrow exhibit is a place to explore technology scenarios that will transform the ways we live, through October 24 in Dallas' Fair Park and on display during the 2011 State Fair of Texas. Full-scale homes, The Micro-Home of Tomorrow, The Build-It-Yourself Home of Tomorrow, The Remodeled Home of Tomorrow and The Net-Zero Energy of Tomorrow will be used to explore practical applications of cutting-edge technical trends and exhibit futuristic technologies to a variety of industry and government leaders, partners and customers.
Technology scenarios in the Home of Tomorrow center around three thematic areas: more natural interaction with technology; intelligence in everyday things; and the coming together of the physical and digital worlds. The technologies illustrate how computing will increasingly work on your behalf, rather than at your command, through a variety of immersive and content-rich experiences. The homes are built on the site of the 2000 AT&T Home of Tomorrow in Fair Park, in Dallas, between The Women's Museum and the DAR House.
At the 125th annual State Fair of Texas, the exhibit will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., for 24 days, allowing consumers to see the latest in innovative construction techniques and products, cutting-edge interior and home design and the latest service offerings from both new home and home improvement companies. The State Fair of Texas draws more than 3 million visitors, and the 2000 AT&T Home of Tomorrow drew almost half a million in 2000.