The ‘Sqish’ dish satellite that disappears into its surroundingsJune 9th, 2008 - 4:53 pm ICT by ANI
London, June 9 (ANI): Designers have come up with a unique satellite dish that can disappear into its surroundings.
The satellite, known as ‘Sqish’ is flat and square and can camouflage itself to match the wall it is placed before.
The buyer decides where he or she wants the receiver to be placed, then takes a digital photograph of the wall, then the supplier prints the image onto the side of the Sqish and it arrives ready-camouflaged.
“The Sqish is a discreet alternative to a satellite dish and can be used to receive Sky and Freesat in the UK, Telegraph quoted Phil Millington, who runs The Satellite Shop, in Tunbridge Wells, Kent and is a UK stockist.
“It can be camouflaged to help it blend into its surroundings with the addition of a bespoke sticker created from a digital photo.
“It can also be used in areas sensitive to planning restrictions or dish stigma, and in coastal towns where dishes are prone to rust because it is made from plastic.
“It’s a contemporary alternative to a satellite dish,” he added. (ANI)
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