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Competition: Spark:Spring Student
Designer: Brandon Joonsik Kim
Design Type: Product & industrial
Company / Organization / School: UWCSEA East Singapore
Team Members: Brandon Joonsik Kim & Taehwan Kim
Recycled plastic glasses are a practical and sustainable solution for providing eyewear to visually impaired children in underdeveloped nations. These glasses, crafted from thin plastic plates using laser cutting technology, offer customization and ease of assembly. Packaged in compact cylindrical cases, they are convenient for distribution and storage. By utilizing recycled materials, these glasses contribute to environmental conservation efforts. More importantly, they have a significant impact on the lives of children, enabling them to access affordable and tailored vision correction. This, in turn, empowers them to fully engage in educational pursuits and social activities, improving their overall quality of life. These glasses symbolize the intersection of sustainability and inclusivity, bridging the gap in access to essential resources. They hold the potential to transform the lives of visually impaired children, providing them with the means to overcome vision challenges and embrace brighter futures. By promoting environmental consciousness and equal opportunities, these recycled plastic glasses make a lasting impact on both individuals and the planet.