Clothes peg functions as moisture sensor

Toshiba Information Systems (Japan) Corp has developed a prototype of a clothes peg-type sensor that can detect how dry the laundry is.

The sensor, Kanso Mimidasu, is a moisture sensor targeted at laundry being dried in a bathroom. It was developed in the aim of saving energy by stopping a washing machine once the laundry is dried enough.

At first, it looked like a conventional plastic clothes peg, but, this time, it looked like a rabbit. The clothes peg is attached to lower parts of clothes.

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