JiangYan Chen China HuaZhong University of Science and Technology
XingYi Chen China HuaZhong University of Science and Technology
JiaYi Geng China HuaZhong University of Science and Technology
XieSiyuan Shu China HuaZhong University of Science and Technology
In “Hi, master”, we picture a future university with a new system of learning and teaching. The idea includes a chip connected to a database where people put into things they can teach or want to learn. When someone capable of teaching things you want to learn is nearby, the chip will beep and lead you there. Likewise, others will come to you when it turns on . In conclusion, the world is one giant university in which everyone, of all age , region, or race , can teach and learn.
The chip can be put into everything one carries :watch, necklace or even hair, making it possible to study anytime and anywhere.
The functional image tells a story: a young man, confused at first, travels around to find what he truly loves, and eventually devotes his life to a traditional Chinese instrument. The story demonstrates the possibilities the device brings about: making friends , learning by your own hands instead of textbooks, changing your major as you like, passing down endangered traditional crafts, even promoting cultural communication transnationally.
In short ,we hope this device will break the barriers that confine the diffusion of knowledge and make the world better.