2022 Galleries

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Winner - Gold

Competition: Spark:Spring Student
Designer: Sooah Lee
Design Type: Concept
Company / Organization / School: Tech University of Korea
Team Members: Sooah Lee & Pham Khanh Linh

ChemiX can improve the quality of learning through hands-on experimental practice in a non-face-to-face learning situation. We have created a product that helps students who have not been able to practice and have only learned theory because of non-face-to-face classes, to have fun in conducting practice at home and experimenting. Since learners can identify and analyze the experimental process and results on their own through experiments, self-directed learning is possible, and the understanding of the content of the class can be improved and the quality of learning can be improved. In addition, conducting chemical practice in the actual laboratory can cause a number of risk factors, including combustion, explosion, burns, and electric shock, and using a chemical experiment simulation kit at home can reduce that risk. When using the experimental kit, temperature control, speed control, and chemical reactions are shown by simulation. This not only provides the fun of conducting actual experiments, but also secures the safety of the experiment. Finally, it can save a lot of money because you don't have to purchase various tools and materials for the experiment and you can use it continuously with only one experimental kit.


"Kudos to the team for finding a way to address the gaps in learning during the pandemic! Nicely thought out and communicated clearly. Now, what other activity and kinesthetic experiences in the learning environment could you find solutions for?"