Is the Ooho algae balloon the end of the water bottle? Edible algae ‘balloon’ created by London-based design students, could cut plastic waste.
The Ooho algae balloon created by a gelatinous membrane of sodium alginate and calcium chloride.
The spheres are made by a technique used in cooking, called gelification, and the final package will ‘hygienic and biodegradable.’
Ooho water balloon named one of 12 winners of the Lexus Design Award 2014, costs approximately 2 cents a unit.
Designed by: design students Rodrigo García González, Pierre Paslier, and Guillaume Couche.