I consider my self quite lucky to live at a place(Norway) there good and cool drinking water come out of the tap. No need to get fancy and high priced bottle water. The picture shows me filling my water bottle at the gym. The sink is put up to work as water post. And many use it to fill up their water bottle.
As the picture shows, if you have this smart cup, will you use it?
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It's called Cuptime, it can accurately record every drinking water and drinking water for you, with advanced water balance algorithm, Cuptime can always remind you of the water in the most suitable time.
You can store drinking water project data and sy
I am working on a project where I have to detect when there is no water in a pipe. This is water in pipes from boreholes that are located far away from town. So I'll be able to detect when a borehole pump is off if there is no water in that pipe.
Hi! I know this question has been asked a million times, but I still can't seem to get my HTC Desire to boot again.
The problem started occurring last night when I was at a party and someone spilled a glass of water over my Desire. I know it was only water since it was my glass and I was the only one completely sober there.
Just bought it and put it in a glass of water to test water resistance but I neglected one clip on the back. The battery indicator shows water damage on the sticker but there's a second water damage sensor sticker that's still white! I put it in rice over night n it turns on but no screen image displays. I hear text so it's working fine still.
How would you like your future smartphone screen to be completely glare-free, water-repellent, and self-cleaning? Researchers at MIT published a paper describing how they selectively removed parts of the glass to create microscopic cones, which apparently gives the glass the ability to resist fogging and glare.