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Product design that illuminates poor areas / Product design that illuminates poor areas

Product design that illuminates poor areas
Product design that illuminates poor areas

Many things that should be guaranteed to children in the slums, such as play, education, food, hygiene, and safety, are considered neglected.
I designed their play toys, educational tools, and sculptures to protect them from the dark.
The square was cut in half and allowed to be combined in various ways.
When they play with pieces during the day, energy gathers through the friction of the magnet and glows at night.
You can build blocks or make various shapes to enjoy playing and use them for educational purposes such as numbers and languages.
It will light up the dark streets without streetlights to keep their lives safe from danger.

University

Myonji College University

Myonji College University
seoul, South Korea

Kim Minhee,
Myonji College University