These children came up with an idea of reflective accessories, such as backpacks and sports bags. Why? Because riding a bike requires wearing a reflective but this is not always the best option since they are too small and reflective vests are not popular among children.
Many people have their most treasured memories stored on tape recordings that modern equipment cannot play. Edvina came up with the idea of converting cherished old home videos and other video tape recordings to DVD format.
Nowadays it isn’t very rare to see someone else’s work being copied by another person. It can either be words from a book, essay and people do not see a problem to make it as their own. If only there would be a way for people to watch something without being able to copy the material.
Nowadays it is very common to see people using batteries in all of their devices. Mostly you have to charge them by a special charger that is compatible with your device. But what if you don’t have to do that anymore? What if the sun could do that instead?
The ability to be creative and have some technical skills may be your child’s most important future asset. Žilvinas Vinskas thinks the same and tells us his story about becoming a real engineer and creating his own drones.
From the age of 5–6, two boys Benas and Martynas started to develop various projects — from dismantling a washing machine to creating computer games. And who would have known they are real future innovators?
A girl, whose name is Lalita Prasida Sripada Srisai, being just 11 years old came up with an idea on how to create a sustainable, accessible, and cost-effective way to purify water even in rural areas.
Luckily, the young generation nowadays shows concern about a lot of social problems — we can learn it from previous stories — but this time a group of boys showed their support to people with vision impairment.
Why can’t lollipops be healthy”? A young girl name Alina understood that children need a healthier but at the same time delicious alternative than regular candies — and that’s when the idea of “Zollipops” was born.
Entrepreneurial skills for young social innovators in an open digital world