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Client: Samsung Art and Design Institute (South Korea)
Design: Eunhak Lee (South Korea), Hyunjin Yoon (South Korea)
Your co-worker feels hot and turns on the air conditioner. But you are cold. What can you do? Everyone has different room-temperature preferences. Free Wind is a smart ceiling-mounted air conditioner that can be customized to individual settings. Six pans operated by a smart system control the wind zones. When you set your area’s temperature, the smart system finds the most efficient way to reach that temperature by controlling the direction, degree and strength of a combination of winds. The lights displayed on the appliance's surface indicate the temperature of each area, and all functions are easily adjusted via remote control.