Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Water Mill makes water out of thin Air


It’s a gadget straight out of a science fiction movie- a machine that scientists claim can make water out of thin air. An international team at Canadian Firm Element Four has developed the gadget, called water mill, which uses the same technology as the de-humidifier and creates a ready supply of drinking water by capturing it from the unlimited source- the air. The Water Mill costs ₤800, works by drawing in moist air through a filter and over a cooling element that condenses it in water droplets and it can produce upto 12 litres a day and generates more water when storms pass over, as the humidity in the air increases.

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1 comment:

lunaticg said...

*WoooooW*
How much is this thing cost?