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Venine Refrigerator Allows You to Knock on Its Surface To See What’s Inside

Venine Refrigerator targets single-person households, it’s a concept home appliance that provides you with convenient usability. The name itself was taken from combination of Venn diagram + Combine, since it does add convenience through combination of functions from existing products. The main objective of this project was to provide consumers with convenient usability by adding […]

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