I guarantee that the concept for the Leaf Self-Generating Water Resource will satisfy your thirst for industrial design today -- if not for the rest of the week. The intelligent invention proposes a way for people living in Third World conditions to obtain clean water in a reliable and cost-free way.
Anurag Sarda has brilliantly suggested using the natural atmospheric cycle of condensation whereby this leafy green pole accumulates dew overnight. The clever contraption uses solar panels to harness energy from the sun, using it to cool its metal surfaces for optimal moisture collection.
The process does not end there, for the lamppost-like Leaf Self-Generating Water Resource passes the liquid down its shaft and through a filtering system. Remarkably, the 18-foot apparatus can accrue 20 liters of H20 in just one evening.