Smart cabinets eliminate need for hardware
AnvilMotion's line of intelligent cabinets use sensor technology to trigger motion
If you've ever seen Batman, then the frame-in-frame concept that makes opening the cabinets possible is reminiscent of the automated outer casing of the Batmobile. The doors are activated via motion sensor technology or a control touch screen that sits on the countertop. You can open one at a time or open them all in a cascade of servo-driven dark wood.
The AnvilMotion Web site lets you build your kitchen from scratch, choosing the surface and drawer types and treatments, lighting, sensors, wall treatments, and automated cabinet-locking systems, among several other design characteristics. It also features a gallery of pictures and a video that shows you how the system works.