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Va-U Is Not Your Ordinary Devicce, It’s a Lamp, a Wireless Charger, and a Portable Air Purifier

Through various sketching and ideations of forms, functions, aesthetics, and unique features, Va-U Portable Air Purifier has been conceptualized to provide three solutions in one product: lamp, wireless charging, and air purifier. This project offers multifunctional, cost effective, and air purifier solution in one product which is visually attractive and highly functional. The goal here […]

Va-U Is Not Your Ordinary Devicce, It’s a Lamp, a Wireless Charger, and a Portable Air Purifier is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design


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