WaterMill Turns Air into Water – NYC Debut
Tonight at the WIRED Store in New York City, Element Four will debut their WaterMill appliance that promises to solve the world’s clean water shortage. PSFK will proudly attend and we’re exited to see the product in action. The WaterMill is a home appliance that converts moisture in the air outside into drinkable water. The simple genius of the product makes us wonder why nobody came up with this sooner. By utilizing condensation, the WaterMill bypasses transportation, bottles and most importantly, a steady water supply from the process of getting potable water. The limitless source of the outside air depends heavily on the humidity of the region, but results have been positive so far.
According to the product specification, the WaterMill can supply enough water for a family of six and (hopefully) will be deployed around the world. The presentation tonight will take place from 6:30 until 8:30 pm. Co-inventor, Jonathan Ritchey, will present the WaterMill system that will be available this spring. Maybe we’ll see some of you there.
(Via PSFK Trend: PSFK.)