Jonathan Cluts, director of consumer prototyping and strategy at Microsoft Corp., discusses Microsoft's involvement in the Laundry Time project at the Whirlpool Corp.'s Insperience Studio in Atlanta. The project hooks a Whirlpool Duet Sport washer dryer to a Microsoft-programmed computer, a Panasonic TV screen, and a cell phone to allow the consumer to keep up with their laundry remotely. In background, Colson Nunnelley demonstrates remote features. Below, Nunnelley shows the screen of a cell phone programmed to display information from the project.

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