At the Gizmodo Home of the Future, New Yorkers can check out new and emerging technologies. Credit: Andrew Burton/Getty Images
New Yorkers can experience the future in SoHo -- no time machines necessary.
The Gizmodo Home of the Future features designs and technology that will redefine New York and urban living in the years to come. The free exhibition is open through Wednesday.
The home boasts four rooms -- kitchen, bedroom, office and living room -- complete with a desk that learns working habits, a virtual garden tower and a telepresence robot for remote calls to the office.
The "IPA of tomorrow," brewed by Sixpoint with experimental hops, will also be available.
At the home, visitors can test-drive some of the designs and products curated by experts at Gizmodo. The blog's editor-in-chief Geoff Manaugh said the home is a chance to get up and close with the new technologies.
If you go
The free Gizmodo Home of the Future is open through Wednesday beginning 11 a.m. daily at 268 Mulberry St., between Houston and Prince Streets.