UK magazine《WIRED》reported: The classroom in a suitcase
Mobi-station, the public welfare project of innovation and cooperation between HiteVision and the UNICEF, was launched in November 2013. Aiming to provide educational assistance to poor kids in Uganda, the project’s first step of helping has made great achievements with the arriving of multi-media equipment developed by HiteVision in Uganda.
HiteVision portable multimedia equipment（Mobi-Station）
UNICEF employee display Mobi-Station for Uganda's teachers
A few days ago, famous UK magazine《WIRED 》 reported HiteVision and UNICEF's Mobi-Station help Uganda's children education. 《WIRED 》 interviewed director Sharad Sapra who's been worked in UNICEF since 1988. Sapra indicated the previous educational predicament in poor region.
Mobi-station combines laptop, low voltage projector, scanner and speaker into a portable box, use solar power to replace power system. All class materials saved into the laptop and project to classroom's blackboard or other temporary space to become a moveable classroom. UNICEF expresses the Mobi-Station provide Uganda's study chances and create a lovely study environment; children there all like this "magic machine."
Other Press Releases
- United Nations secretary-general Ban Ki-moon: Mobi-Station helps education 2015/03/05 17:45:08
- UK magazine《WIRED》reported: The classroom in a suitcase 2015/01/20 17:17:44
- HiteVision interactive touch screen attend the international education forum 2014/11/14 17:45:38
- HiteVision Ultra wide screen laser projector leads new trend 2014/10/30 17:09:29
- CCTV news: HiteVision interactive whiteboard make education in new age 2014/10/08 17:30:07