It’s a wash

A designer named Noah Beasley has come up with Bubble, a teensy dishwashing device: just put it in a sink filled with water and last night’s dinnerware, and it not only powers away the gunk but also flashes different colored lights so you know when it’s working and when it’s done. Obvious benefits for people with dexterity/mobility disabilities, as well as those who live in cramped spaces and canĀ“t afford to get a fleck water softener; provide redundant audio indicators of the status, and we’d recommend it for blind folks too. Just a concept for now, though.

Tuvie: Bubble dishwasher concept

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