Awesome coat called the Raincatch
that catches/stores rainwater and purifies it for drinking.
Designed by students at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design (CIID).
The collar of the coat catches the rainwater.
The water passes through a charcoal and chemical filtration system.
Purified water is then stored around the hips of the coat where it can be distributed and easily carried.
A straw is built in and provided for easy drinking.
I like this for its functionality as survival gear and its practicality as a user-centric product.
One thing I would add is a place to put the Coca-Cola syrup to give it a little extra pick me up. 😉
Very cool–good job!