Proportionally to the innovation level, for its nature the human being tends to approach the renovation events with skepticism. The human being attitude towards what he perceives has unknown is hesitating, and he seeks refuge in his traditions and therefore in his certainties. This attitude seems to become even more evident particularly inside the domestic environment, the place where private life and family love feelings grow. For example, in 1881 in London, the opening ceremony night of the first building in the world to be lightened by electricity, the Savoy Theatre, was deserted as a form of prevention against that sort of “diabolic” glow. This demostrates that the technical progress isn’t enough to make usable something that is innovative and useful. It needs the development of historical - social circumstances and ideological movements in order to orient the several scientific applications – from which other sectors already take advantages – towards the places dedicated to the domestic life.
Home becomes the mirror of the historical and economical context and, although with a certain delay, the technological innovations of our own time are reflected inside it. It would be unrealistic thinking that domestic environment could be excluded from the technological ongoing development. Nevertheless, when we talk about domotics, often it evokes futuristic circumstances, that are far from the current concreteness and feasibility principles. With Easydom, domotics is already a possible reality to all intents and purposes, as it’s simple and easily adaptable to your home.