Early people reacted instinctively to their environment. On lazy summer days, they would retreat from the scorching sun to take shelter under overhanging rocks and cool caves.
Many suns and many months later, we modern humans are still stepping up our first experiments with this retractable roof. We don't just turn materials from raw sticks and wide sheets into acrylic fabric, aluminum sleeves, and beautiful patterns.
Winter arrived, the extreme cold caught them off guard and they had to retreat deeper into the cave to endure the bitter cold. The sun and wind howled and the rain seemed to follow them everywhere.
And one day, long ago in the history of human innovation, one of our earliest ancestors realized something. "If," he thought, "if we can extend the roof of this cave in front of us, we can catch two flies at once.
We humans can lie under this vast roof and watch the antelope come into the water hole and then." Go down the stairs for dinner. Second, we can do this and stop the puzzling women nagging about our incredible laziness. "
It is a small step for mankind and a big step for mankind. So the concept of a residential awning was born. Further refinement and conceptualization following this early Einstein resulted in this new concept.
We're also refining a way to expand our prototype into an applied canopy covering a large area against the same sun that is still chasing humanity. And … we can bring him back if we want. Yes, we humans create tents that can be opened!