Combining green technology, aquaculture and hydroponics the Inka Sun Curve is a nifty little self sustaining micro-farm. The Sun Curve contains a fish tank and vertical hydroponic grow structure to provide protein, vegetables and clean water in a self powered environment. This setup is powered by solar panels and a wind turbine, growing plants vertically growing almost any kind of plant except root vegetables. The water from the fish pond acts as a reservoir and a nutrient source. The plant roots, a â€œbio-quiltâ€ and a film of micro-organisms act as a biological filter, cleaning the water for the fish. Although the Sun Curve looks like it contains goldfish or small koi, the general idea of units like these would be to have the pond act as a fish farm with a larger water reservoir acting as a growing area for fish for food like trout, tilapia or other freshwater â€œfoodâ€ fish providing a complete meal. It would be cool to be able to put our inefficient, energy hogging reef systems to an alternate use but the harsh saltwater would not be a suitable source of water for many traditional plants and vegetables we use in our food without complex and costly desalinization units. Maybe reefers could incorporate and air exchange system that uses a air moisture condenser to trap the water evaporated from the tank in some sort of reservoir to water plants or vegetables decreasing our aquarium water footprints.