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Bellife / mosquito repell machine

Bellife
Bellife

The World Health Organization estimates that malaria epidemics infect 200 million to 300 million people every year and millions of people die. The most vulnerable classes of malaria and mosquito-borne diseases are children under the age of five. Bellife is a product for third world infants. This product was created with motifs from toys that parents play with their baby. Shake Bellife to your child and you'll get electricity, eliminate mosquitoes. In addition, using electricity to combat mosquitoes is an eco-friendly pest control method and It is the way a mosquito can not have resistant. It can solve the poverty of Environment.

University

KEIMYUNG UNIVERSITY

KEIMYUNG UNIVERSITY
KOREA DESIGN MEMBERSHIP
Daegu, South Korea

Baek In Hwan,
Keimyung University

Kim dongeon,
Keimyung University

Son ja kang,
Daegu Catholic University