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  • 1. One Laptop per Child One Laptop per Child
  • 2. What is: One Laptop Per Child ?
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    • 3. MIT
        • Technologists
        • Private university with 10bn endowments
        • Known for technology, boldness and irreverence
        • Mens et Manus: learn by doing
        • Constructionist (everyone is a teacher and student)
        • Hands on – wiki- journey in discovery
        • 11,000 students, 1000 teachers
        • Social aspect (collaboration and joint discovery)
        • Homo Ludens (at MIT everything looks like a toy)
        • Big picture thinkers, telescopes not microscopes
  • 4. 7. DESIGN MATTERS
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  • 30. 9. SATURATION Please
  • 31. 10. CHILD OWNERSHIP
  • 32. 13. WE ARE NOT PREFORMATIONISTS
  • 33. 14. WE LIKE TO BE THE FIRST
  • 34. MEET CARLA
  • 35. MDG9
    • MDG9: digital education is a universal human right and a global necessity
  • 36. Key Partners from Private & Public Sectors
  • 37. Mechanical Design
    • No moving parts
      • No harddrive, no fans
    • Droppable
      • Extra rigid shell
      • Bumper (replacable)
      • Shock mounted LCD
    • Moisture/dust/dirt resistant
      • Keyboard
      • USB, microphone etc - protected
    • Connector reinforcement
    • Transformer hinge
  • 38. Dual Mode Display
    • BENEFITS
    • Sunlight Readability
      • Standard laptop LCDs aren’t sunlight readable
    • Cost
      • 1/3 the cost of typical laptop LCD
    • Power
      • 1 Watt power usage with backlight on (typical is 7W)
      • 0.1-0.2Watts power usage with backlight off (typical is 7W)
    • Resolution
      • Higher resolution than 95% of laptop screens today
    Mode 1: SUNLIGHT READABLE 200 dots per inch 1200x900 Greyscale Black and White Mode 2: BRIGHT at NIGHT ~ 1024 x 768 Color
  • 39. Terrestrial wireless links (wifi, wimax) Cellular packet-data link (2.5G, 3G) Optional distribution network Internet 802.11s 802.11s 802.11s 802.11s 802.11s
  • 40. Environmental 5 years of text books * deforestation * chemicals to make paper * distribution costs vs 1 laptop * RoHS compliant ++ * 2W power (human recharge) * 5 year life (including batteries) * recyclable
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  • 42. OLPC Generation 2 : Ebook Mode
  • 43. OLPC Generation 2 : Share Mode
  • 44. OLPC Generation 2 : Laptop Mode
  • 45. OLPC Generation 2 : Camera Mode
  • 46. OLPC Generation 2 : Game Mode
  • 47. OLPC Generation 2
  • 48. OLPC Generation 2 : Transport
  • 49. OLPC Generation 2 : With Strap
  • 50. OLPC Generation 2 : Ortho Views Closed

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