VisionAIR3 | The well-designed wind-tubes

You see them almost everywhere, the windmills. They are in the sea, but also all over the country. They don’t deserve a first place on a beauty contest and they will almost certainly ruin your view. They are far too big and make too much noise. But, of course, there is also a positive side to all these negative aspects. All these windmills generate a lot of energy and are actually almost indispensable. How can we present this energy endorsed as an attractive way? UGE has therefore now the solution, called the VisionAIR 3.


What is it?
The VisionAIR is a wind-tube which takes up almost no space. The wind tubes look beautiful and can be ordered in any colour, size and height. There are now new towns designed with this new wind tubes. The blades are made of fiberglass and the sound is softer than human whisper. The wind tubes can withstand almost anything, they can for example at 110 mph still do their job. (Source:


Why is it cool?
Never before has anyone been able to make a windmill smaller but still to deliver enough energy. It is innovative because it is made of fiberglass, it is small, silent and is almost indestructible. The new cities are now almost all been designed with this wind tubes. Because in the future cities must take care in terms of generating power for themselves. It will influence the Quality of Life of the people by Emotional wellbeing. Because of the fulfilment and the satisfaction that people will have. They do not have to look up to unsightly windmills but to well-designed wind-tubes.
“HTC has carried out with regard to how we experience design and how this affects our creativity. Research this has shown that well-designed products which are also functional, lead to positive feelings such as calmness and contentment. Negative feelings such as anger and annoyance decrease by 29 percent. Is a functional product is not beautiful? Then the feeling of dejection strengthened by 23 percent. The most remarkable thing of all: a moderate functionality reduces our creative capacity by as much as 45 percent. And we do not want that of course!” (source:


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