The first umbrellas appeared in China about 2400 years ago and they haven't almost changed their look. But it seems like now it's time to go through a new conception presented by China inventors.
The KickStarter web site published a project of new device called Air Umbrella which protects you against the rain thanks to powerful airflow which
spreads in different directions from the crook handle and form something like cupola above the head.
The novelty is going to be released in three design options. It is expected to hold a charge for 15-30 minutes.
The Air Umbrella does make noise, but Chinese inventor Chuan Wang claims it is quieter than the rain around it.
This pleasure will cost about $100 in December 2015 already.