«Biomimesis is the science that studies nature as a source of inspiration to solve the human problems that nature has already solved».
Andrea Rinaldi

The idea of Vitbot bottles came about while observing nature; they are designed with an ovoid shape in Phi proportion (the golden ratio) so that their contents can move in a vortex inside.

The Ovoid Shape

«The egg is the only closed shape that
spontaneously generates vortex motion».
Viktor Schauberger

By observing nature, we realized that most fruits and seeds are oval-shaped. The ovoid shape is life’s bottle. Vitbot jars and bottles may come in different sizes and the necks and finishes may be completely distinct, but their egg shape is never lost.

The Vortex

In 2011, NASA’s Gravity Probe B (GP-B) confirmed that our planet is situated upon a vortex of space-time, thereby proving the theory formulated by Albert Einstein in 1916.

From atoms to galaxies, nature uses vortex motion to achieve greater energy efficiency: DNA, the blood pumped by the heart, the water in oceans and rivers, hurricanes, tornadoes, our galaxy the Milky Way, etc.

Phi or the Golden Ratio

Phi, also called the golden ratio, is a pattern of order used by nature. We can see this pattern in the growth of the branches of trees, the seeds of sunflowers, and the leaves of plants, etc. Thanks to this pattern, branches, leaves, and seeds receive the same amount of sun exposure and rainwater, since they do not block each other out.

Phi is also present in the structure of DNA, the bones of the finger, the proportion between the bones of the arm, forearm and hand, and the inner ear and outer ear, just to name a few.

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