webofgoodnews:

This Pop-Up Solar Power Station Can Be Installed Instantly Anywhere In The World
At the push of a button, this shipping container instantly transforms into a pop-up solar power station: Hidden solar panels slide out of drawers on each side and immediately start generating energy wherever they’re needed, whether for disaster relief or in a remote village far off the grid.
—If that’s not good enough for you, then there’s also this:
The first model, released this month, includes onboard atmospheric water generators that pull water from the air. “We’re able to provide water without a water source,” says McGuire.
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webofgoodnews:

This Pop-Up Solar Power Station Can Be Installed Instantly Anywhere In The World

At the push of a button, this shipping container instantly transforms into a pop-up solar power station: Hidden solar panels slide out of drawers on each side and immediately start generating energy wherever they’re needed, whether for disaster relief or in a remote village far off the grid.

—If that’s not good enough for you, then there’s also this:

The first model, released this month, includes onboard atmospheric water generators that pull water from the air. “We’re able to provide water without a water source,” says McGuire.

Read more

ebookfriendly:

A back room in the Royal Danish Library http://ebks.to/1pIzvPh #libraries

ebookfriendly:

A back room in the Royal Danish Library http://ebks.to/1pIzvPh #libraries

weandthecolor:

Illustration by Studio Hey for Monocle Thailand Edition
Thailand illustration by studio Hey for Monocle’s travel edition.
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weandthecolor:

Illustration by Studio Hey for Monocle Thailand Edition

Thailand illustration by studio Hey for Monocle’s travel edition.

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photojojo:

British photographer Rebecca Litchfield has dedicated her latest book to the abandoned structures left behind after the fall of the Soviet Union.

The haunting pictures show schools, train stations, and even entire cities that have been completely deserted.

Photos of Deserted Soviet Infrastructure are Totally Haunting

via Juxtapoz