Our portable outdoor testing setup with cloud enabled data collection:

This is our testing setup. It is sending us data    right now   .  One cube has a simplified version of our cooling material. The other cube does not.  Click on the link below to see    real-time temperature data    .

This is our testing setup. It is sending us data right now.

One cube has a simplified version of our cooling material. The other cube does not.

Click on the link below to see real-time temperature data.

 

BTW if there is no data streaming, apologies!  Please come back later!

....either it is raining (the setup isn't water-proof-- yet)

....or we are working on the setup (cue hammering/sawing sounds)  

Until the live feed is back up……

here’s some sample data to tide you over

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THIS IS HOW RADIATIVE PASSIVE COOLING WORKS:

Reverse-Greenhouse Effect

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Heat Inverse has a thin-film metamaterial that gets cold passively when exposed to the atmosphere.

Some of you may be familiar with this physics, but for those of you who are not-- this can sound a lot like a free energy device. 

We assure you it is not. 

Similar to the way that a water wheel makes use of the potential energy of water flowing downhill, we are just making use of a significant temperature differential between the surface of the planet and outer space.

The way this works is we make emitters that selectively emit in the wavelength range where the atmosphere is transparent. 

When we do this, it is like taking the emitter out of an insulating thermos and exposing it to the vast cold sink of space. 

Due to the second law of thermodynamics the material gets cold without any additional energy input.

We like to call this a Reverse-Greenhouse Effect because heat is whisked away from the planet instead of getting trapped.