Aujourd’hui, qui pourrait se vanter de s’inspirer des emballages de la restauration rapide? C'est en tout cas se qu’a fait Miniwiz Solarbulb, ce concept d’éclairage à énergie solaire ou éolienne qui peut être vissé dans n’importe quelle bouteille de PET. L’emballage utilise les propriétés du carton et les optimise dans une approche environnementale cohérente.
«Few can say they took packaging design cues from fast food burger containers… although Miniwiz’s Solarbulb has been making the rounds this week due to their CES presence, and the very interesting concept of a solar powered light that can screw on to your standard plastic water bottles, or on their POLLI-brick bottles that are interlockable to build larger structures… not nearly enough attention has been paid to their packaging prototypes and iconography on them! Basically these solar/wind powered portable device designers make incredible use of cardboard! Also noteworthy is their miniNOTE ~ a cardboard mailer/postcard with a solar panel and battery built in for your recipient to charge and use instantly! Such a beautiful gesture ~ can you imagine sending “power” to a bunch of your friends? Take a peek at close up pics of their designs and CES booth display on the next page!»(english text copied from NotCot)