Browse 2009 E-Waste Design Competition by Series/Report "Artist / Designer Category"

  • Ferguson, Elizabeth I.; Heyen, Eric J.; Sotor, Katherine B.; Grouev,Lubomir G. (Champaign, IL : Illinois Sustainable Technology Center, 2009)
    We propose a method to provide people of low income in developing countries access to sufficiently current personal computing luxuries.

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  • Winter, Steven; Howard, Joshua; Younger, Jeff (Champaign, IL : Illinois Sustainable Technology Center, 2009)
    A project focusing on reusing outdated personal computers, to provide the campus environment with limited internet access and media resources.

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  • Ero-Phillips, Samuel B.; Johnson, Christina; Higgins, Signe; Maves, Erma (Champaign, IL : Illinois Sustainable Technology Center, 2009)
    We intend to recycle LCD monitors coupled with overhead projectors to project movies for communities of developing countries and their schools.

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  • Farnik, Tamara; Ferguson, Beth; Rosenblatt, Rebecca (Champaign, IL : Illinois Sustainable Technology Center, 2009)
    We intend to recycle LCD monitors coupled with overhead projectors to project movies for communities of developing countries and their schools.

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  • Ahn, Chang Woo; Tsai, Chang-Ting; Lu, Teddy; Hinz, Cory A. (Champaign, IL : Illinois Sustainable Technology Center, 2009)
    We are going to develop a system to collect e-waste from individuals on every day basis.

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  • Hyun, Kyung Hoon; Hong, Yong Seok; Kim, Yun Jin (Champaign, IL : Illinois Sustainable Technology Center, 2009)
    The Mobile Phone Digital Lock (MPDL) is a lock that is fixed on the public or educational locker.

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  • Tsai, Chang-Ting; Villafuerte, Francisco; Hyun, Kyung Hoon; Herbert, Tom (Champaign, IL : Illinois Sustainable Technology Center, 2009)
    Our group has decided to create a modular chair that has a sculptural element to it.

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  • Shiftehfar, Reza; Kenney, Megan; Roe, Holly; Czarny, Monica; Dewhurst, Bryan (Champaign, IL : Illinois Sustainable Technology Center, 2009)
    E-Filter: Our E-flow air filtration system is designed solely from ewaste materials. It uses solar e-wastes to generate power and purifies the air from smoke, odor, toxins & dust by passing it through several designed ...

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  • QWERTY 
    Larson, Kristin; Lee, Joe; Vargo, Mark; Sotor, Kelly; Liu, Phil (Champaign, IL : Illinois Sustainable Technology Center, 2009)
    Qwerty is a sustainable laptop bag made for those ages ranging from 18 to 35.

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  • Seo, Jiana; Huo, Jennifer; Min, Jacqueline (Champaign, IL : Illinois Sustainable Technology Center, 2009)
    Seedling Keys is a project that focuses on the recycle and reuse of traditional computer keys.

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  • Lu, Teddy; Goldman, David; Liang, Bart; Cervantes, Dave (Champaign, IL : Illinois Sustainable Technology Center, 2009)
    A kiosk like no other that empowers the tourist, and all alike to see the city and become urban explorers, discovering new places to eat, see and experience, and to power it – refurbished, and salvaged “electronic-waste.”

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  • Kim, Leah; Cho, Aram; Jang, Hari (Champaign, IL : Illinois Sustainable Technology Center, 2009)
    The lamp is created using four materials. The lampshade is constructed using electrical cables and wires, which are removed from computer cables. These wires are weaved and form a cylindrical shape to surround the light. ...

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  • WHENCE 
    Diehl, Kristin; Russell, Noah; Birch, Daniella (Champaign, IL : Illinois Sustainable Technology Center, 2009)
    From WHENCE it came is a brand devoted to the reuse of electronic waste. Technology, which typically drives families their separate ways, now brings them back together.

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