"I want to go to 2026," said Chad Curry at Inman Connect New York, who said that in 10 years, we will have clothes that can tell how comfortable we are, and they will regulate our home to help make us more comfortable. Our beds will know what time we wake up, and our homes might expand our rooms when we have company. Curry covered five different areas of technology progression that real estate agents should be paying attention to so they can better advise their buyers and sellers. He discussed a project in Chicago that's received a grant to putĀ 500 devices around the city to monitor internal comfort levels -- light, noise, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide. It's called the "Array of Things" project, and it's designed to teach us more about how we live and move in the world around us. ...