Showering is my daily routines activity at least in the evening after long hard works. Normally it takes around 10-15 minutes including shaving and teeth brushing. A fact I didn’t realize is that normal shower heads consume 26 liters of water for a five minute shower. What an water wasting if I let my shower open for long time. Regarding to the climate change issues and environmental friendly purpose we have to find a new device to conserve water.
The thing you see to your right is known as a ‘fog shower’ and was made by a student at Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Parana in Brazil. By creating a fog of microscopic water droplets, the Fog Shower consumes only two liters of water for a five minute shower. It also looks rather cool.
The Fog Shower reduces water consumption by creating a vapor flow with microscopic water droplets. The water is heated and sent under pressure to an ultrasonic vaporizer, and is then forced through perforated metal plates. An intelligent sensor system aims the water vapor in different angles, depending on the movements of the person showering.