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WideFridge places special emphasis on fresh food, to allow human to appreciate their original value again. The shape of the WideFridge is adapted to the human visual field and provides a quick overview of the stored food. Switchable glass doors make enable to have a quick look into the WideFridge even with its doors closed. Afterwards the glass turns milky again to protect the food. The shallow depth of WideFridge prevents the disappearance of food in a row. A discoloration on the glass front displays the shelf life of food and its position in the WideFridge. This attraction should animate human to consume given food on time.
Technische Universität München
Lehrstuhl für Industrial Design
Fabian Arun Ghoshal Felix Koppmann Fabian Bosch Evelyn Pinter