Fun and Fury

The Mosspark is a very clever device that works as a power harnesser by the day and mosquito repellant at night. Essentially, children skip rope that is attached to the Mosspark Pole, which harnesses energy. This energy is stored and used to light up the mosquito repellant at night. A very innovative idea that can help save lives!

Designers: Su Hyun Kim, Eui Hwan Choi, Ji Hyun Kim, Jin Hyun Yoon & Wun Am Yeo

11 Comments

  • bigbadwolfe says:

    Wonderful idea, although even if it were a concept without the skipping rope bit, I’d put my bets on it.

  • Advisorboard says:

    This could be modified to even become something that can be put inside homes also. Wonderful idea for continents like Asia and Africa.

  • Advisorboard says:

    Although I have one suggestion. A transparent detachable plate to collect the dead flies and mosquitoes. Basic hygiene.

  • maybeman says:

    Here’s a method that could use foot movement and convert it to energy to power the pole.
    http://www.techthefuture.com/energy/converting-footsteps-into-electricity/

  • Advisorboard says:

    That’s one possibility that is a little on the expensive side. This could harness solar and/or wind energy too, depending on the location. Good suggestion, nevertheless. Always nice to learn about new technologies.

  • Liang says:

    where will all the mosquitos fall?

  • Jayshri says:

    A small plastic tray shud b ther so mosquitos fall inside it.

  • if the gas were to be emitted through the periphery of the ring, like the dyson fan, that would just be incredible

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