Urgent Evoke

A crash course in changing the world.

Design a new way to power something you use every day

Light is needed even when its not dark, some houses don't have enough windows to allow enough sunlight in. We privilege people have access to light bulbs and unlimited amount of electricity, therefore we people do not consider the gratefulness of light in our daily life. Have you ever thought about the people living in slums who don't have access to enough electricity? People in poverty can't eve afford a new light bulb, because it costs 6.02 dollars while they earn less than a dollar a day.

Therefore there is a easier solution for people living in slums to gain access to light. A 1 liter soda bottle will be placed in a roof, half outside, half inside, with few drops of bleach added and their lower portions refract light like 50-watt light bulb, but without using any power source. The process takes around a hour to install, cutting a h***, inserting a bleached-water-filled bottle, and resealing around the resulting gap.

We privileged people waste electricity in the stupidest ways from forgetting to turn off the light in our rooms, to keeping the T.V on even while we sleep. But for the people living under corrugated-metal roofs, even a stray ray is welcoming. Imagine how much better it would be for those people if they are capable of spreading light to even the darkest interiors, it would be a dream come true.

"Solar Bottle Lamps: Water Bleach = 10,000 Liters of Light | Designs & Ideas on Dornob." Dornob RSS. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Jan. 2013.

Watch the youtube video for more detailed information:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=_zMAWztZ...

Views: 57

Comment by Brian Jackson on February 4, 2013 at 1:36am

These blog posts are supposed to be your own words, your thoughts about what you have discovered and think, not copypasta other people.

Comment

You need to be a member of Urgent Evoke to add comments!

Join Urgent Evoke

Latest Activity

Namwaka Mooto posted blog posts
Jan 13, 2016
T D updated their profile
Sep 3, 2015
Brook Warner posted blog posts
Aug 25, 2015
Santiago Vega posted blog posts
May 5, 2015
Santiago Vega commented on Santiago Vega's blog post Act 8
May 5, 2015
Santiago Vega posted photos
May 5, 2015
Rico Angel Rodriguez posted blog posts
May 2, 2015
Rico Angel Rodriguez posted a photo

public servants

The exchange works directly for state and public workers and servants. It gives them credit in exchange for the amount of public work they contribute to the community. The more constructive they are based off a base rate the more credit they recieve.
May 2, 2015
Brian Hurley posted blog posts
May 2, 2015
Brian Hurley commented on Brian Hurley's blog post ACT: Future of Currency
May 2, 2015
Rico Angel Rodriguez posted a blog post

Where I will be in ten years.

Ten years from now I will be in a political job assisting with people in the midlands of South Carolina particularly the rural working class and farmers. As the class of people that feed the nation I find that it is imperative that we assist with making sure they produce as much food as possible. I would like to support local scientists as well that are leading in research on how to produce food more efficiently. I will also be participating in missions to foreign countries to help people with…See More
May 1, 2015
Jeffrey Smeriglio posted blog posts
Apr 29, 2015
Benjamin John Heckman posted a blog post

Changes to Charleston

https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=zQ49AvLkhA2w.kfbaOGer-lQYIf you click my link to my custom map using Google My Maps you will see the addition of a Emergency Shelter to be used in case of a tidal wave or other event from the sea. Included are new emergency routes on what will be an expanded highway to allow traffic to flow in the event of an emergency.See More
Apr 29, 2015
michael Holland posted photos
Apr 28, 2015
Harrison Dixon posted blog posts
Apr 28, 2015
Harrison Dixon posted a photo

India Water home

The secret was living on the water via boats common in many developing countries like Myanmar. This is a real Indian boat home made of wood and this provides a shelter for many peoples around the world.
Apr 28, 2015

Follow EVOKE on Twitter




Official EVOKE Facebook Page




EVOKE RSS Activity Feed










© 2019   Created by Alchemy.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service