I like the idea, but the problem is there are currently no monitors that can do that type of thing. You cannot measure gas flow via stick on anything, nor water usage. Electricity would be a maybe, but it would probably only work on DC devices, n
Brilliant stuff! Small, minimal and highly funtional. Great concept... Im sure you wont listen to critics . Its like a cave man telling the first guy who drew a wheel in the sand that it wont work :)
Marvellous! it is so convenient and practical to remind us how much of electricity/water/gas we have already used. As we know, nowadays the resources in the world have been used up, it can wake our minds up to save energy. On the other hands, that is
Jack: you miss the point [sic]. The way I read it, the idea is to count how many times the BUTTON is pressed and when. From that can record calculate lots of things/information (ie. if we know the toilet takes [eg]10litres to flush - press the bu
Good Work save one for me dude@
I like this simple thing but great for energy saving.
that;s really cool!! i like it ! i reacon is a brilliant idea!!
great idea, but not a completely executed one imo. it might work great in the beginning as an reminder for the lazy and wasteful flocks, but once ppl gotten used to it, i wonder would it actually work that well.
Very good, I like your innovation~
Yes, how does this work? The monitor for water in this competition clearly measures waterflow. How does a sticker measure water and gas use? Esp stuck on top the toilet tank?
Leanne: every press on the sticket counts how many times you press the flush. or press the sticker to start timing your shower and press again to end. I think the idea is that this sticker uses Time or Count to give users a fair idea of how much they've used. it's not designed to give exactly how much water has been used.
Like a pedometer... but not for losing body weight but for reducing the "weight" of ur carbon footprint! Genius!
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