What we can expect from a faucet besides getting water? Should all the water goes down from a faucet? Should we add some magic light effect to water? Can it help us to save water? Or even, read my email ?!!! Check this list, hope you can explore something new about faucet.
Ripple Faucet [link]
The Ripple faucet creates a new, fun way to interact with water. Drawing inspiration from surface ripples, the faucet creates a strong visual relationship between the two. On top of the frosted ripple surface sits a metal ball. An array of electromagnetic sensors detects that ball’s position. Moving the ball in or out from the center controls water pressure. Moving it around controls temperature.The surface glows red or blue to denote how hot or cold it is. The two separate channels combine the hot and cold water to get the perfect mix. Don’t worry about scalding yourself tho. The water in the hot water channel isn’t actually hot until it’s ready to be mixed via flash heating.
Faucet Buddy Tells You About Water [link]
Faucet Buddy is a cool little chrome gadget you latch onto you existing sink fixtures. It tells you how hot or cold the water is so those morning surprises are no more. Of course, just like any real buddy it’ll tell you if you’re a water rat; wasting our natural precious resources.
Invisible Faucet – Tapware [link]
The design calls for an inverted cone that compactly folds up nearly flat to wall. When one wants water, tapping it unfolds the cone to a 135º angle. The inverted shape now forms the spout. It also reveals a knob allowing you to adjust the temperature to your liking.
Fluid Faucet [link]
FLUID is more than a tap.Push the nose of FLUID down to wash your hands. Push it up to rinse your mouth or simply to drink some fresh water. The more you push up or down, the more water will flow out. In the level position the water will stop.
With the turning knob at the side, the temperature can be adjusted to ones preference.
+ shifter faucet [link]
The +Shifter faucet uses the perception of a car’s gearbox to change how much water we use. Instead of changing gear ratios, each position correlates to how much water flows out.
Articulating Kitchen Faucet [link]
With a futuristic design, that can be placed in several different positions the faucet allows for the user to use both hands to fill large pots, clean the dishes, or even to prepare food. It can also be moved out of the way if you need more space to work. With a textured surface and polished chrome, the faucet is a practical addition to any kitchen.
Ring Faucet [link]
This one is nothing but pretty.
Ring faucet is about experiencing water in a whole new way in our daily lives – to rediscover the awe-inspiring beauty of water in a small home faucet. This unique faucet visually frames flowing water in a circular fashion, giving you a full view of the water just as it falls over the edge. The opening orifice at the spout end lets in natural light which illuminates the flowing water for a striking view.
iHouse Smartfaucet [link]
The ‘smart’ SmartFaucet by iHouse. Using a facial screening application, the iHouse Smart Faucet recognizes the user and automatically turns on the water to the preferred temperature and flow. And it’s LED displays the temperature of water. The touchscreen on the top of the faucet can be used to access email, check your calendar, check the outside temperature, among other things.
iSAVE faucet [link]
iSAVE provide a digital readout of amount of water that have been used. The LED number display act as a reminder. We don’t always think about the amount of water we’re using as a faucet runs, but the iSave won’t let you forget.
Flower glass bathroom faucet [link]
The Flower glass bathroom faucet design is bound to attract admiring comments from your guests! Simply lean forward to smell the fresh-cut flowers as you wash your hands – what could be better? The innovative idea from Hego Waterdesign incorporates the concept of a vase into the faucet itself. Water gushes to fill the vase, and then cascades down the wide spout. An invigorating waterfall effect is achieved as the water leaves the stainless steel channel.