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Goldman Sachs ex-banker wants you to own a violin-shaped pool, just like his

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Jay Dweck wants to use technology to improve quality of life and that includes having a pool shaped like a violin.

Dweck, a former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. GS and Morgan Stanley MS banker, founded Live Better Systems LL to innovate and spread the word about the different luxuries that are available out there, including ornate pools.

The violin-shaped pool in his backyard was inspired by a Stradivarius he once owned, and includes about 5,600 fiber-optic cables that light up like multicolored strings. The violin chin rest is a hot tub and the bow is made of two thin koi ponds. Dweck hopes to coordinate the underwater lights to music, according to a report in Bloomberg.

The pool cost $1 million to build but dont worry if you cant afford that. You might be able to afford other automated ideas the former head of equities strategies for Goldman Sachs has for the home.

In his own house, Dweck plans to automate his 24 televisions with motion sensors to turn on when hes close by and program the home heating system, security, speakers and automatic shades to know his habits.

If we can automate it away, we should, said Dweck.


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