Engineering students launch Kickstarter bid for smart shower device

Students from the Case School of Engineering and a Cleveland Institute of Art graduate have developed a device to help people shower smarter—and they’ve launched a Kickstarter fund to raise the money to get it to market.

The team is making headlines with its smart meter—called Sprav—which attaches to the pipe behind showerheads and measures water and energy consumption.
 The minds behind the meter are Case School of Engineering students Craig Lewis and C.J. Valle, along with industrial designer Andrew Schad, who graduated from the Cleveland Institute of Art in May.
Read the Cleveland Plain Dealer’s story about the student start-up and visit Kickstarter to learn more about the campagin.