Education is the most fundamental source of a country's development, and it contributes more than any other factor to lifting people out of poverty. It has been observed that most teachers in Africa still rely mainly on blackboard, book and copy, which can appear old-fashioned and boring to students. Solitor was designed as a response to this situation. It is a simple projector that operates using solar power. To use it, teachers need only to replace the projection cards. The materials for the projector are cheap and easy to obtain in most areas.
This design is for a projection device powered by solar panels. The main material used in the body of the projector is recycled corrugated cardboard. The design itself is simple and cheap to build, yet it is also modern and sustainable. This design responds to the following UN Sustainable Development Goals: 10 (Reduced Inequalities), 1 (No Poverty), 4 (Quality Education), and 7 (Affordable and Clean Energy).WINNER STATEMENT
This is the first time we have participated in the iF DESIGN TALENT AWARD. We are very honored to receive this award and will continue to work hard to produce great design that improves lives.UNIVERSITY