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A See Through Refrigerator

A See Through Refrigerator
Design & Architecture

Window Refrigerator enables users to see what's stored inside the fridge without opening its door.

Naresh Kumar
  • 22 march 2010

Designers Yoonjung Kim and Jongrok Lee have designed a concept refrigerator that allows users to see what’s stored inside without opening the door. With just a touch, the glass door transforms from transparent to opaque, making it convenient to locate items while also saving energy in the process.

The below video explains how it works:


Windows Refrigerator from Tuvie on Vimeo.

[via Tuvie]

+Design
+Electronics & Gadgets
+Energy
+Environmental / Green
+fridge
+Home & Garden
+technology
+transparent
+window

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