That was the brief, for a 30 hour hackaton, that the students in Karlskrona did together with Ericsson. Rikke Koblauch, a student at the Mobile design & development program, sums up the experience.
"Ericsson is one of the world-leading providers of telecommunication services and equipment and right now they have some exciting stuff going on with electric driven cars and interesting ways of charging, that they wanted the Hyper Island students eyes on.
We spent the first day idea generating and looking into what the future could bring. We came up with ideas like collecting energy from the human body, changing the way of counting kilowatt and a lot of other things.
Right now the school in Karlskrona is filled with crazy and futuristic ideas, which will be presented tomorrow. It's all really exciting and it seems like we are all gonna have a long night."
See the presentations from a live stream on Bambuser and check out the presentations here: