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Korean designers Je Sung Park and Woo Jung Kwon have come up with an inventive invisible umbrella that uses an air system to prevent you form getting wet.
This parasol concept seems a bit out there, but it can in fact work. It essentially require a hollow pipe to release air to form a shield. The shield envelops the user and prevents wetness. This ingenious umbrella concept also allows you to control the pressure of the air. If it is mild out, you can decrease the setting and, if it begins to pour, you can amp it up. Another fantastic feature is the ability to adjust its length. Depending on who is using the gadget and how tall they are, you can lengthen or shorten the pipe with ease. This also makes it convenient for toting around.
The invisible umbrella is a brilliant concept that is resourceful and consumer friendly.