Tropism Well uses a camera facial recognition software to detect the presence of a thirsty person.
The gentle bowing motion is created simply by moving the liquid up and down the stem.
We loaded the van and headed to the beautiful expansive beach of Camber Sands for a super early sunrise shoot.
On the day we finished making the first Tropism Well prototype, we took her to Brockwell Park in Brixton (which was round the corner from our studio then). We were overwhelmed by the public’s positive response.
We created this short film of Tropism Well on the rooftop of the Boundary Hotel in London.
A short film created by Thom Undrell of one of our parties in The Hutch.
We were invited to showcase Tropism Well at Kinetica Art Fair in London. Here’s a short film from the weekend.
We took Tropism Well on an inventure to Rottingdean. It turned into a race against the tide to capture some sunrise shots.
|Electrical Info||Line Voltage||12V DC|
|Max Current||2 amps|
|Size & Weight||Height||2950 mm|
|Length||2500 mm (when pouring)|
|Beverage Info||Capacity||12 litres|
|Shipping Info||Tropism Well is packed in a single flight case with wheels with the following dimensions & weight:|