This green air conditioner concept is a design proposal for China-based company, Hisense. The internal system of an air con always produces a large amount of water due to condensation whether it’s being used to heat or cool a room. The existing air cons in the market always resolve this excess water by draining or evaporating it into the air. This green Hisense AC concept provides a new idea to avoid wasting water by collecting and reuse it to grow grass horizontally.
We are agree that this innovative idea will not only purify the air, but also bring a touch of greenery in the room. Green Hisense AC concept has been designed with a LED located behind the front window to illuminate the grass and create beautiful soft lighting in the room.
When you found out you can’t wash your butt after doing your business , you might start having panic attack. Worries no more, toto just invented a portable toilet washer than can be carried around in your bag/purse. The product is available in Japan, since people in Japan are used to having spray mechanisms on public/private toilet, this is also make them really don’t bother to wipe when they go abroad.
Toto saw this opportunity and created a portable washer than can help those Japanese to have instant cleaness when nature calls. All they have to do is push a button and the water will spray for cleaning their butt. This is kinda cool, hope it will be available around the world.
tH2O medical bracelet is a design submission by Maeva Berthelot, it’s a concept wearable device for elderly people. Due to the loss of thirst notion, the dehydration of the elderly is frequent and may generate health problems. This medical bracelet assists the elderly people by reminding them to drink and allowing them to watch their water rate in a simple way. This bracelet is also a great support for medical aids and auxiliary life, because it provides visualization user’s water consumption level.
Designer : Maeva Berthelot
Tuvie has received “tH2O Medical Bracelet” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.