Korean designers Je Sung Park and Woo Jung Kwon have developed an invisible umbrella that will keep you dry by repelling rain. Consisting of a simple plastic stick that creates an artificial wind at the top, the ‘umbrella’ deflects raindrops before they hit you by sucking in air at the bottom. The intensity of this wind-shield can be varied depending on weather condition and number of people sharing the device—the length of the stick is also adjustable.
An umbrella made out of wind!
Does it have a tendency to go inside out when exposed to high nylon?
I wonder if it’s still bad luck to open it indoors…
Hey hey, Jeni, look!
I almost bought a pair of shoes just like this then went, “No, I can resist, I don’t need them.”
I’m wrong I need them.
(-insert “I NEEEED IITT” gif from Spongebob here, I don’t have it myself XD-)
I don’t have Spongebob, but I have a Tony gif that should suffice: