Standard Recycling bins are often used inappropriately or not used at all, but Yes-U-CAN is a magnet from all points of view! Its basic design is a very tall inverted translucent bin, where cans fly to the top thanks to a standard low-power electromagnet. Its advantages include:
* People can see their can as it flies over to the top
* Due to its height, the bin is very easy to see even if you are far away
* By catching peoples attention, it collaborates with the amount of garbage collected by the other two standard bins
* It has an increased capacity, only limited by the decided height
Many people in the world they do not unplug the chargers of the cell phones, When people don't disconnect their charges they are consuming a lot of energy is not being used.
It is making fun to do it. so making by putting a special voice recognition box in the charger when the people sing for the charger it will disconnect by itself and you can also do it from long distance
Submitted by Jose Hernan De La Maza
This Project is to make people to throw the garbage in the trash can by making it fun to do with a trash can rocket that you can play with. Every time you throw garbage the lights will turn on first the red light, then the yellow light and finally the green light and also a sound like a rocket will turn on, and once you get to the green light you will be a winner! The idea is to make people to throw more garbage to keep playing.
Submitted by Erika Ramos Melgoza
Dog's feces in the streets stink. Literally. And still, some dog owners don't throw at the trash can. So, let's give them a reason to do it. Let's show them that it could be useful if put at the right place.
The Garden's hit is where they'll see what some poo can do. Throwing it at the specified place activates a mechanism that releases a plastic rose everytime something hits the engines under the garden. Then, a flower "grows". There are 50 of them, that go down again after some minuts. This way everybody can enjoy making a plant growing. Just have to make the poo hit the garden.
Yay! is an online game that helps accomplish goals by encouraging users to completing tasks each day via a fun graphical interface and community interaction. Users get points for deciding to take on tasks, accomplishing tasks, encouraging others, and being encouraged by their friends. The application would run in Facebook and on an external website, yaythegame.com, utilizing Facebook Connect.
Submitted by Polly Hall, Jennifer Salcido, Grego Thompson