When you’re stuck in the coldest part of the world, it’s not uncommon for people to be stranded in their own home, with nowhere to go or no way to get out.
But a new project by an Australian couple is hoping to help people stay warm in their home while they wait for help.
According to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Aneesa Bishkek and her husband, Rafiq Akbar, have built a device that allows people to stay in their beds while their home is frozen.
The idea behind the project is simple: The device is a mesh net that can be used to keep people in their homes, but it also allows people who are staying at home to stay warm and dry.
“We’ve found that people who stay in a hotel room or a motel room are more prone to hypothermia, so if you’re staying in a cabin, or a hotel, you’re going to get really cold,” Bishkeks said.
“And if you are staying in your home, you are more likely to get hypothermic than if you were staying in another home.”
The device is comprised of two nodes, one in each room, and one on each wall.
The nodules are connected to a thermostat and a battery.
When the thermostatic system is switched on, the device sinks down to a temperature below the freezing point.
Once the thermoregulation system is turned off, the nods will be held by a remote control.
“The thermostats are turned off when you’re sleeping.
When you are asleep, you don’t need the thermo control,” Akbar said.
The device works by using an thermal sensor to monitor the temperature of the mesh net, and when it detects the mesh, the sensor is activated.
To prevent the device from freezing out during the night, the device is only available for two nights.
Akbal says they hope the device will be a useful feature in the future, so people can stay warm while they wait for medical help.