January 13 Recently, several college students from Kinki University in Japan and a paper company in Osaka jointly developed a “carrying anti-droplet countermeasure board”.
This droplet-proof board is made of cardboard boxes for use when people study or eat to prevent the spread of the pandemico.
It can also be carried around in bags.
According to the Yomiuri Shimbun on the 13th, three junior students from the Business Department of Kinki University proposed to make this product in cartons that are easy to carry and the right thickness, and cooperated with local paper companies to try the product.
The color on the inside of the droplet plate is designed in camel and gray, and the concept is “helps focus on learning”. There are also pockets on the board that can hold books, and post-it notes can also be pasted on them.
“The original sample was very large and heavy, but now it is designed to be light,” said Mai Yamazaki, a college student who assisted in the development of anti-dropboards.” Another college student, Ryuki Tanaka, also praised the product: “It’s very light and thin, and it fits well in the bag.”
The droplet-proof board is made of very thin cartons, weighing only 175 grams. When folded, it is 42cm high and 24cm wide, 48.7cm wide after expansion, and 24cm wide on the side. It is now on sale online.
Kazuto Matsuda, president of the production company, said: “We have made great efforts in design to make young students like it and become excellent products.”