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전 세계의 8세부터 18세nbsp;청소년들이 2021 do your :bit 행사에 참가했습니다. 전 세계가 공통적으로 직면하고 있는 지속가능발전목표들과 관련한 재미있고, 혁신적인 아이디어와 방법들을 가지고 참여했습니다.nbsp;

우리 평가단은 6개로 나뉘어진 전 세계 지역에 대한 참가자들을 평가하고 수상자들을 결정했습니다. - 아프리카, 아시아 & 태평양, 유럽, 라틴 아메리카, 중동, 북 아메리카 - 3개 부분 챌린지. 최우수상, 우수상, 장려 등의 수상자들을 아래에서 찾아보세요.

2021년 9월 이후의 뉴스 등과 관련하여, 수상 프로젝트와 관련한 등록 동영상, 추가 사진 등은 여기에서 살펴보세요.

8-14세 micro:bit 활용 부문

이 부문에서는 micro:bit 를 사용해서 설계하고 만드는 방식으로 챌린지에 참여합니다.

아프리카

나이지리아

마벨러스(Marvelous)는 납치 유괴를 방지하는데 도움이 될 수 있는 놀라운 장치와 프로그램을 만들었습니다. 마벨러스는 아프리카에서 예전에 발생했던 유괴 납치 사건과 관련해서, 유괴 납치를 방지하는데 도움이 될 수 있는 장치를 설계하고 실험했습니다. 설계한 장치는 송신기와 수신기를 사용해서 조난신호를 부모에게 송신하고, 유괴 납치 위험을 알려줍니다.

두 개의 장치를 들고 있는 소년

자신이 만든 유괴 납치 방지 장치를 보여주는 마벨러스

아시아 태평양

대만

쳉엔(Cheng-En), 코신(Ko-Hsin), 지큉(Zi Qing)은 급격한 기후변화에 의해서 해수면이 상승한다는 것을 알게 되었고, 그에 따라서 강가에 살던 새들의 서식지들도 위험에 처하게 되었다는 것을 이해하게 되었습니다. micro:bit 를 사용한, ‘최고의 새 보호자’는 물의 높이가 높아지는 것을 감지해서 새 둥지를 강가로 끌어 올려줍니다.

쳉엔(Cheng-en), 코신(Ko-Hsin), 지큉(Zi Qing)이 micro:bit 를 사용해 만든 방법은 중국에서 작동하고 있습니다.

중국

징유 시아오(Jingyu Xiao)는 자기가 살고 있는 도시에 있는 식물벽 보기를 좋아하는데, 태풍이 자주 불어 망가트리기 쉽기 때문에, 태풍으로부터 식물벽을 보호하고 싶었습니다. 그래서 일기 예보에 따라서 자동으로 반응하고 늘어날 수 있는, 살아 움직이는 것과 같은 스마트 벽을 만들었습니다. 또한, 식물벽에 적절하게 물이 공급될 수 있도록 흙 습도 센서를 추가했습니다.

micro:bit 를 이용해 설계하는 징유 시아오(Jingyu Xiao)

유럽

이탈리아

테오(Theo), 해리(Harry), 티모페이(Timofei)는 사람들에게 재활용 가능 에너지를 좀 더 매력적으로 보여줄 수 있도록, 효율이 높으면서 가격도 적절한 적절한 태양광 발전판을 만들고 싶었습니다. micro:bit 의 빛센서와 서보 모터를 사용해서 만든 태양광 발전판은, 계속해서 항상 태양을 따라 움직이며 바라볼 수 있게 되었습니다. 만들기도 쉽고 발전 효율도 개선할 수 있었습니다.

micro:bit 로부터 전기를 공급받아 움직이는 태양광 발전판을 보여주는 테오와 해리

라틴 아메리카

코스타리카

Arieh and Samuel built a prototype to work towards achieving Global Goal 13: Climate Action. Together they created a 3D printed solar-powered electric boat. They created 2 prototypes and tested them on the water before choosing the most effective elements of each one for their final design.

Samuel and Arieh test their micro:bit prototype on water

중동

이라크

Mustafa and Mand created the Angry Tree’, a device that monitors trees and alerts humans to issues such as dry soil, high heat, and attempted tree felling. They recognised the importance of trees in the battle against climate change and created a complex solution to the problem of tree destruction.

Mustafa and Mand

북 아메리카

미국

Clara built the innovative ‘Hermes’ shoe that charges your phone as you walk. The shoe encourages people to exercise and increase their step count by charging their phone at the same time - improving mental health and generating renewable energy!

Clara tests her micro:bit prototype of the Hermes shoe

미국

Kenna and Margot created a portable filtration device, dedicated to achieving Global Goal 6: clean water and sanitation. In their creation, a micro:bit controls UV LEDs that work to sterilize drinking water. The device is also solar-powered - making it affordable and portable.

Kenna and Margot show us their portable water filtration micro:bit device

8-14세 아이디어 설계 부문

이 부문에서는 자신들의 아이디어를 표현하고 설명하는 자료를 만들어 제출하고 설명하는 방식으로 챌린지에 참여합니다.

아프리카

나이지리아

Rajunor, Theophania and Jinelle thought up a solution to alert people to environmental changes that could cause asthma attacks. The team discovered that asthma patients suffered more in cloudy seasons and so came up with the idea that uses a temperature sensor and alert system to solve the problem.

Rajunor, Theophania and Jinelle

아시아 태평양

오스트레일리아

Indiana wanted to help her family members who struggled with severe anxiety. She created ‘Total Relax: Massage box’, a wearable solution that measures your heart rate and reminds you to relax.

Indiana shows the 'Total Relax' micro:bit solution

유럽

영국

Brodie, Charley and Zoey created a paper prototype for ‘The Healthy micro:bit’. This device reminds you to go outside for some fresh air and vitamin D every 90 mins. The solution records how long you have been outside and suggests activities you could take part in.

Brodie, Charley and Zoey's diagram to illustrate their micro:bit solution

라틴 아메리카

우루과이

Emily, Melanie and Valentina created a huge model to illustrate how their idea, a safe environment for bees, would work. The device measures temperature and humidity and counts the number of bees visiting.

Emily, Melanie and Valentina's huge model to illustrate their creation

중동

레바논

Jana drew plans for a reusable, virtual facemask. Our do your :bit judges were impressed with the amazing creativity and innovative thinking Jana brought to her entry to solve the very real problem of disposable mask waste.

Jana displays her creative idea for reusable virtual facemasks

북 아메리카

미국

Zong was inspired by the tentacles on an octopus to create his paper prototype for a soft drain cleaner. A micro:bit would control four motors that can delicately move around intricate spaces. The device was designed for cleaning drains but Zong thought it could also be used for medical surgery.

Zong Qu from USA

Zong and his prototype design

15-18세 micro:bit 활용 부문

이 부문에서는 micro:bit 를 사용해서 설계하고 만드는 방식으로 챌린지에 참여합니다.

아프리카

튀니지

Ghassen created an innovative solution that uses braille to allow visually impaired people to share text messages. The do your :bit judges were impressed with the well-constructed prototype and solution for people who would not be able to participate in an activity that many of us take for granted.

Ghassen displays his micro:bit braille text messaging creation

아시아 태평양

말레이시아

Ahmad, Mifzal and Muhammad invented an ‘Oxygen Percentage Analyser’ to detect deforestation in a more efficient way than using satellite images. The creation uses two micro:bits - one placed in the forest, and one with the forest ranger who will be able to constantly monitor the oxygen levels of the forest.

Ahmad, Mifzal and Muhammad worked together to create a micro:bit solution to stop deforestation

유럽

아일랜드

Aoife and Emma built a micro:bit creation to encourage physical activity and limit screentime. ‘Exercise is the key’, which makes use of the micro:bit accelerometer rewards physical activity with 15 minutes of screentime. The girls identified that using the micro:bit allowed them to make their creation small, and therefore more practical for the user.

Emma and Aoife show 'Exercise is the key' micro:bit device

라틴 아메리카

우루과이

Sebastian wanted to create something to help people stay healthy and hydrated. The ‘Smart water bottle’ uses micro:bits for two functions - one to measure the intensity of the sunlight and remind you to shelter and stay hydrated, the other checks the water level in your bottle and reminds you to take a sip.

Sebastian and the 'Smart Water Bottle'

중동

레바논

Mahmoud and Yasmina worked together to create ‘G.A.N.T - Gas and Noise Trapper’. The device protects people from noise and air pollution. G.A.N.T uses sound and gas sensors attached to the micro:bit to measure smoke and noise levels. If it detects dangerous levels the micro:bit triggers a servo to shut the window.

Yasmina and Mahmoud present their idea 'G.A.N.T'

레바논

Ali devised a large-scale automatic tree farm that uses a network of micro:bits to control and maintain the trees’ growth. He envisaged that the farm could be used to grow trees to replace those lost in bushfires.

Ali drew a complex design for his prototype tree farm

북 아메리카

캐나다

Alicia and Esmée created ‘Micro:Calm’, an all-in-one micro:bit device that provides users with multiple coping mechanisms to deal with anxiety. This included a fidget toy, emotion check-in, box breathing and a game. The girls hoped this could be used by people of any age and work towards achieving Global Goal 3 - Good health and well-being.

Alicia shows her winning presentation of 'Micro:Calm'

Esmee holds the technical drawing of the micro:bit creation

장려

8-14세 아이디어 설계 부문

아프리카

Martha, Gift & Mary, Nigeria - a mosquito alert system that releases insecticide to protect its user.

Daniella & Victoria, Kenya - social distancing sensor to monitor crowds during the pandemic.

아시아 태평양

Wan Ahmad Faris, Malaysia - a cooking oil container that measures the amount of oil used.

Sameen, Lowriance & Niva, Australia -a car made of eucalyptus leaves to protect koalas from bushfires.

유럽

Sophie, Verity & Lilly, UK - the ‘Shell Cam’, a camouflaged wildlife tracker to monitor endangered species.

Lily, UK -‘Moody Bear’, a bear that provides positive messages to help people feeling lonely.

중동

Mustafa, Fatma & Deniz, Turkey - a solar-powered highway lighting system.

Dalal, Haya & Noura, Lebanon -‘The Para Feel’ helping paralysed people to express their feelings.

북 아메리카

MiLeigh, USA - the‘Courage create’ feelings selector to support people with their mental health.

Noah & Alexander, USA - a package carrier drone to help reduce the amount of delivery trucks on the roads.

8-14세 micro:bit 활용 부문

아프리카

Oumayma, Tunisia - a facemask that moves to cover your mouth when you sneeze.

Mariem, Tunisia - the‘Safe:bit cap’ to prevent you from falling asleep when whilst driving.

아시아 태평양

Wu Tao, China - the ‘Smart Care Butler’, a device that supports elderly people living alone.

유럽

Andrej & Nina, Slovakia - a device that recycles bottles in return for sweets.

Adit, UK - a smart village that alerts its residents to natural disasters and saves energy by automatically turning lights off.

라틴 아메리카

Hannah, Costa Rica -‘Water to the Rescue’, a water saving device that monitors how long you’re using water for in many household activities.

Rafael, Antonio & Vinicius, Brazil - a people counter controller to avoid overcrowding in public spaces during the pandemic.

중동

Ali & Mohammed, Bahrain - the ‘Thermo hat’ that monitors temperature and warns users to have a break and drink water when it gets too hot

Amr, Saudi Arabia - the micro:bit greenhouse that can take care of plants and fish

북 아메리카

Aidan, USA - an in-car eC02 measurer that keeps drivers aware of the c02 emissions

15-18세 micro:bit 활용 부문

아프리카

Farah, Tunisia - a micro:bit necklace that monitors and discourages shouting.

Peace & Gracemary, Nigeria - a micro:bit device to detect blocked pipes and reduce flooding.

아시아 태평양

Chi Kei & Ho Tung, China - an intelligent parcel cabinet that disinfects its contents.

Yuxi & Yiyun, China - a smart walking stick to help people with visual impairments.

유럽

Marius, Lithuania - an automatic bottle and can sorting recycling bin.

Emanuele & Barnabas, Hungary - a micro:bit counter to measure meals intended for refugee camps.

라틴 아메리카

Miguel & Valentina, Colombia - a micro:bit water purification system using affordable and easy-to-find resources.

Felix, Peru - a programmable lighting slalom course to encourage exercise.

북 아메리카

Victoria, USA -’The Meat Machine’ which weights how much meat you are consuming.

Julia, USA - a micro:bit device that to monitors the type and amount of fish caught.

특별상

Okorafor, Gladsome and Chibuike, Nigeria

The do your :bit judges wanted to give a special mention to this team in Nigeria for creating a device that they could easily see being used in real life. Okorafor, Gladsome and Chibuike created the 'Headcount micro:bit' to help reduce overcrowding.

Okorafor, Gladsome , Chibuike show their project planning