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Globally, it is predicted that Covid-19 could add more than 130 million people to the chronically hungry population by the end of 2020. Still, many food stores are throwing away huge amount of imperfect food while it is still edible. We provide a platform, Invisible help
, for homeless and poor people, to sharing food and using of surplus food. It has cabinet’s angle, so that anyone can not directly find out who is using Invisible help
outside. This unique design of visual angle cares about the pride of users. Therefore, users will feeling warmth from those generous folks and no longer need to see others attitude because of given food.
Luxun Academy of Fine Arts