Posts Tagged ‘Eco Technology’
The Windowfarms system downsizes and personalizes veggie growing by placing an indoor farm in the window. The first system was made using recycled plastic water bottles, had an upper and lower reservoir that funneled nutrient-enriched liquid down through martini cups to the plants below, and produced 25 plants. The original plastic-bottle-based, do-it-yourself hydroponics system design has been available for a while now but the developers are getting ready to make a new, improved kit version available. The Windowfarms indoor farm allows the crops to take full advantage of the light available at the window, assisted by personal living space climate control, and regularly feeds the roots with organic liquid soil.
Green Noise tries to harness the power of loud sounds and directly generates electricity through it. Green Noise features powerful microphones that allow it to generate electricity even in the harshest of weather and environments, while still having a easily maintainable design. Aimed to be used on runways and highways, these small gadgets are placed among the road and sense even the smallest of sounds. Green Noise would be the perfect gadget for an electrical car- instead of searching for specific stations, the driver could easily get out and charge anywhere.