This new cute Mercedes-Benz has 100 fuel cell vehicles tested in various places around the world. Even though it’s 40 percent smaller, the fuel cell stack in the F600 fits under the cabin and this small car is perfect for today’s space shortage especially in cities with large buildings and malls. What’s best for this car is that it can start in cold temperature down to minus 77 degrees Fahrenheit. Another good thing about this car that when braking, the motor automatically acts as a battery charger. The MB F600 has a maximum output of 115hp and the top speed moves up to 106mph. The cars consumption of 81mpga and 248-mile range made it ideal for our current lifestyle.
With the fast-paced lifestyle we have today, many of us tend to use various appliances and home gadgets to make life easier, which eventually ended us to excessive energy usage. In this regard, designers from Carbon Design Group and Artefact Design end up with a useful home appliance design that will do almost all of the household chores for us without the need of an excessive energy usage. Hailed as the IMPACT, this home appliance consists of an Impact Fridge, Impact Dishwasher and an Impact Clock with an Impact Application to get things in order.
Each item of the impact has energy meter that will remind every user on their energy. The fridge has its green bar that reminds users of the amount of energy lost. The Impact dishwasher on the other hand has the energy bar as well like the impact fridge. With the dishwasher, one can set the time the dishes should be done and it the machine will choose the settings, start time, and the amount of energy spent. The IMPACT also has the clock with the minute and hour hands stretching inward or outward according to your energy usage. Finally, the IMPACT application made for your handheld smart devices gives you the right guidance and insight based on your energy consumption. Through the application, one can turn his or her thermostat up or down, tell what to do. On the other hand, the application can also suggest possible moves that you can to do lower your energy usage and directly connect your performance with your networking accounts and let your network know how you are doing in saving your energy usage.
Clean water scarcity is a problem in many countries, which tend people to buy and patronize those bottled waters that are of course uses huge amount of energy to complete the process. Because of this, Korean designer Jang Wooseok comes up with an idea and designed Bisynk.
From: Jang Wooseok
Some nations enjoy their abundant water, some nations are being threatened their survival by water shortage. Some African girls have a long trek to get water every day, while some people only use their fingers to turn the tap on. Do you think it is unfair? If so, let us put up with a little of labor to get water from now. You can see this sink does not have any lever, but a bicycle pedal. The rule is simple. You work a pedal, and then you can get water.
Source: Jang Wooseok
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