Water scarcity is one of the major problems that we have to encounter in our day-to-day life. Addressing the issue, Russian designer Alexander Syachinov has emerged with the “Water Making Machine” that literally extracts water out of the thin air. To transform the available air humidity into drinking water, this unique machine makes use of vapor compression by increasing the dynamics of condensing water vapor. This machine collects water even in low humidity conditions by continuously simulating the “dew point.” The condensed water is collected in the water storage vessel, which is then purified with ozone, while the dust is removed through a specially designed filter that also purifies the air. The water finally passes through a high quality carbon filter that other than purifying enhances the taste of water. This machine can be placed implicitly anywhere, opening the door to otherwise impossible larger housing development, greenhouse irrigation and light industrial use.