The Electrolux Design Lab 2010 was where the IceCloud debuted, courtesy of Hungarian designer Fanni CsernÃ¡tony. This piece of intelligent, comfortable and eco-friendly cooler appliance will rely on passive cooling and claypots, where Peltier modules are used to generate thermoelectric power. Humidity from the air is also extracted for natural cooling to take place, and apart from its obvious energy efficiency, this new form of fridge, if manufactured in the real world, will also do its bit to save space especially for those who live in cramped apartments since it can levitate vertically from the wall. Since it sports an LCD display and presumably Wi-Fi connectivity, you can always download the latest recipes for some healthy kitchen fun.
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