One of the highlights of http://www.hitlabnz.org/buy-viagra-in-canada-no-prescription the Greener Gadgets Conference was, of course, the design competition. Last week I gave descriptions of a few of the online favorites, but last Friday, a winner was chosen.
Four designs were selected to battle it out through audience applause: The Power Hog, Tweet-a-Watt, Laundry Pod and viagra from india Indoor Drying Rack (as would be expected at this conference, the decibels were measured with an iPhone application). The Tweet-a-Watt designers walked away with first place and $3,000; Power Hog came in second and the designers received $2,000 and finally, Indoor Drying Rack came in third and the designer received $1,000. The Laundry Pod designers received a gift from one of the conference's sponsors, but didn't officially place.
So what's the Tweet-a-Watt? What does it do? It is actually a rigged Kill-a-Watt electricity meter that plugs into any outlet and publishes daily updates on buy cialis no prescription your power use to best prices on viagra Twitter. The judges and audience agreed that knowing your friends were watching your energy consumption was a great motivator to conserve. The major detail that set this device apart is it's great! cialis testimonial the fact that it is already a working, Twittering gadget, publishing the buy cialis us design team's electricity use as you read this. The team also made it an open-source project so anyone who wants to start Twittering their kWh, can do so. You can see the Tweet-a-Watt after the jump.