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A House Built On A Giant Turntable That Can Be Remotely Turned To Face The Sun

This is a video of a home in Norway that was built on a massive turntable that can be remotely rotated for maximum sun exposure or to control the view out the windows. The view out my window? Heavy traffic. Always heavy traffic. The video is actually a news report about the home, but I believe it's in Norwegian so I didn't understand anything. They show the massive motor beneath the house that turns the platform, although I'm curious how the plumbing and electricity were handled.
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