Design for the other 90%

The New York Times has a great piece on an exhibit of design solutions for people that live on less than $2 per day. My favorites are a non-electric refrigeration system, a bicycle add on to turn it into a bicycle truck, and a ceramic water filtration system. It made me think of not only what we have in the U.S., but also very hopeful of simple solutions to some of our world’s problems. Make sure to check out the video on New York Times.

Tomas Bertelsen

A pot-in-pot cooler that relies on the evaporation of water from wet sand to cool the inner pot.

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I really enjoy my work. It is a combination of listening, analyzing, and the skill of performing my craft. I love the expression on my patients faces when I puzzle out a long standing problem of theirs, or when their pain leaves after gently adjusting them. Read more about me

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