Could The Future of Water Be This Piece of Water Blob? [VIDEO]
Mar 27, 2014 11:07
Imagine buying a bottle of water in the future, and instead of it being all liquid-y, it comes in the form of this blob. Ooho, a biodegradable membrane made of brown algae wants to be the replacement for bottled water. Dubbed "edible water bottle", it looks like a blob of gel.
The three London-based design students who developed the technology turned liquid into spheres held together with a gelatinous membrane. Ooho is not ready for the commercial market just yet, but the fun of it is that you can really eat the whole container. If you think that sounds dirty, then poke a hole in the membrane to suck the water out. Check out Fast Company's video below:
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