Simple cup design that helps you remove your spoon while you mix in sugar or cream within your tea or coffee. “Ceramix for Mix” saucer and cup design was created by three brilliant designers : Florian Dussopt, Jeremie Reneau & Julie Girard. Using a ceramic balls that act as a track, this ball will help you to mix your tea or coffee when you swirl your cup. As for me, I still love the old way by spinning my little silver spoon in my tea or coffee cup slowly, I think that’s the art of drinking my tea or coffee, but that’s just me
There are times when sudden raining or snowing can make central lane markings on the road become invisible, thus causing traffic congestion or worst, traffic accidents. Buoyancy-Road design tries to solve this issue by automatically rising lane separator when water or snow obscures a road’s lane markings. This buoyant lane separator emerges due to its buoyant quality, therefore, when water or snow covers the road over the height of the traffic lane, it will raise this device automatically. In this way, drivers will still be able to recognize the position of the lane markings. Buoyancy-Road system can also be activated manually in the case of a temporary lane reversal.
The WilliamsWarn Personal Brewery boasts 6 key technical features, which when combined together would create the first brewing appliance in the world. This combination allows people to make their freshest beer with minimum effort. The main technical features include a stainless steel pressure vessel with beer carbonation level control that helps minimize the time taken to bottle or barrel the beer, a temperature control system that helps control the temperature during the process of fermentation, maturation, clarification as well as beer dispense, a sediment removal system, a clarification system, a glass dispense system and a draft beer dispense mechanism with flow-control.
Kiwi beer-thinkers, Ian Williams and Anders Warn have solved a problem faced by millions of brewers around the globe and produced the world’s first personal brewing device, unveiled in Auckland this afternoon.
The WilliamsWarn is an all-in-one brewing machine capable of creating commercial-quality beer in as little as seven days. The machine’s innovative design and patented process ensures minimal oxidation, making beer produced in the WilliamsWarn the freshest beer in the world.
“We see huge potential for the WilliamsWarn in the home, workplace, bar or cafe, not just in New Zealand but also globally,” says Ian Williams, New Zealand’s first qualified Brew Master and co-founder of WilliamsWarn.
“The global beer industry is worth US$330 billion per year and there is a noticeable trend towards craft brewing. WilliamsWarn gives people the opportunity to create their own high-quality beer, while also having the freedom to experiment and create their own twist on classics.”
More than a third* of New Zealand males have tried home-brewing but most have not carried it through because of the time involved and the low-quality beer produced.
The WilliamsWarn solves 12 of the key problems faced by home brewers, such as the carbonation process, temperature control and clarification, to make beer brewing simple and fast.
The machine was initially dreamt up by Ian Williams in 2004 while discussing the difficulties of home-brewing with his uncle on a trip back home from his base in Denmark. He began researching the problems associated with home-brewing and partnered with Anders Warn, a food technology engineer and close friend, to create the solution.
WilliamsWarn will initially be sold in New Zealand only, however there are plans for expansion throughout the rest of the world.
“We’ve already been talking to people in Qatar, Dubai and expats who live in countries where beer is expensive to buy who are very excited about being able to brew world-class beer in their own homes.”
WilliamsWarn was developed with the help of government funding from the Ministry of Science and Innovation (MSI)’s TechNZ business support programme.
MSI Director Sector Investments (Manufacturing & ICT) Mark Gallagher says that TechNZ funding is available to innovative New Zealand firms at all stages of growth. “This company has taken a good idea through the research and development process, resulting in an appealing niche-market product that has the potential to be one of New Zealand’s export success stories.”
A WilliamsWarn personal brewery will cost NZ$$5660+ GST and will be available from today. Those interested in buying a WilliamsWarn can place an order via the website www.williamswarn.com
Each machine will come with a unique number starting with WilliamsWarn 001, which was showcased this afternoon in the Auckland Art Gallery.