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Newborn babies are hard to have body temperature control than adults. In areas with large daily temperature differences, temperatures drop below 10 degrees at night.
So, we propose a heat pad. If you use this, you can warm children in regions with a large daily temperature difference. And the heat pad uses solar energy. During the day, you can use solar energy to charge batteries and at night, charged batteries are used to make pads warm. So, it can be used conveniently even in areas where it is difficult to obtain electricity.
Seoul, South Korea
JeeWoo Choi ,