Camera/software-based system that monitors a room, gathers statistics, and points out stuff you never use. Identify clutter and poor choice of furniture that is never used.
A way to Identify clutter and point out stuff you might not need anymore.
Point out areas that are not useful and thus might be suitable for a redesign.
More efficient use of space.
A 90-degree, high-quality camera is placed in a corner so that it sees everything in the room. It starts recording whenever people are active in the room and stops when there is no movement. Multiple cameras could be placed if necessary.
The software that analyzes the footage:
identifies movable objects
saves an inventory of everything that was touched/moved
keeps track of how many times something has been touched/moved
where people hang out and where they pass through
Based on this the software outputs a heatmap of most and least used parts of the room and most and least used objects.
Identify different people via facial recognition and output object/room usage stats for each individual.
This lets you know what you don't need anymore. You identify stuff that clutters the room and might belong in the basement/attic storage instead. You identify parts of the room that are never used. Maybe they are less accessible due to poor choice of furniture.