There are many inventions being introduced to the world today which mimics the natural environment, and their primary objective is to solve the problems being faced by humanity. Just recently, a company named NexLoop was rewarded with $100,000 for their invention dubbed as the AquaWeb. It mimics how organisms capture water, and store it for later use. The winning project will be crowfunded, so that it can be mass produced and sold to the public. The invention was created to solve the problem with water scarcity, and its creators are hoping that they will be able to help urban farmers by capturing the moisture in the atmosphere and transform it into usable water.
The AquaWeb is just one of the few innovations that are getting attention these days because of their potential in solving the problems that humanity is facing. Joshua Smith, the chief executive officer of Modular Greenhouses, is one of those who are using his skills and talent to develop greenhouses that are environment friendly and at the same time, revolutionary. Smith developed greenhouses to be built similarly like Lego bricks, complete with all of the required necessities for operating a small greenhouse. The company of Josh Smith is based in Reno, Nevada, known for its hot climate. Josh Smith thought of how he can build a greenhouse that can support a wide array of plant life, and he managed to develop the technology by researching about greenhouses.
Today, the Reno, Nevada-based company is able to sell their products across the United States and even overseas. The greenhouses created by Modular Greenhouses are designed to get the most sunlight possible to assist in the growth of the plants inside. It also uses small amounts of energy, and all of the resources being used inside the greenhouse including the water are recycled so that nothing is wasted. People who have tried using the greenhouses from Josh Smith’s Reno, Nevada-based company are happy about the results. They stated that the plants are noticeably healthier when grown inside the greenhouse, and they are very happy to say that their crops are also organic and pesticide free, and has a great value in the market.