Making Water From (Almost) Nothing
It just seems like magic. A machine uses wood chips and a few other ingredients to pull moisture out of the air, to produce water. 30 gallons a day, in the smallest unit.
The name is apt: Skywater; it just won the XPrize competition by perfecting a technology to provide fresh water to places that need it. David Hertz is the co-founder of the Skywater/Skysource Alliance. He spends a few minutes talking about how he and his partners came up with the idea.