filterbrella

May 27, 2008 at 12:56 pm 1 comment

Filterbrella harvests, filters, and stores rainwater.

Andrew Leinonen believes in a brighter, more sustainable future. So do I.  Whether Filterbrella has a place in that future isn’t for me to say, but this kind of thinking is what will get us there. 

Actually, I really like the idea, but I think the shape is wrong.  Instead of shaping to shed the water, invert it and focus it all to the center.   Also, partnering with some action groups to hand out to homeless people seems like a great use.

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