Send the link below via email or IMCopy
Present to your audienceStart remote presentation
- Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
- People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
- This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
- A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
- Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article
Prezi at PETKupa 2015
Transcript of Prezi at PETKupa 2015
Design /arculat :-)
We could buy this one: http://www.jofogas.hu/pest/Retro_Vizibicikli_Elado_26141294.htm?first=1
We woul throw out the two plastic bodies with the seat and build a new body from wood and PET bottles. With this we'll surely have a working drive and steering!
And it looks broken down enough to meet the criteria of "the boat should be made of trash" :)
EUR pallet 15 kg
Construction industry pallet 30 kg
mm weight price
osb 6 12 2716
osb 8 16 2806
osb 10 20 3032
osb 12 24 3456
250 x 125 cm
1pc of 5 meters, 2pcs of 4 meters, 1pc of 2 meters
10x10-es lumber http://tetofa.hu/termekek/fenyo-fureszaru/gerenda
2pcs of 10 OSB
tape measure, circular saw, screwdriver, drill, emery paper
extra fun :)
5 m 5x5 stafli for rail
Save the Nature!
Prezi House of Ideas
Director of Engineering,
What materials should we use?
How many bottles we need to survive?
How will we drive the boat?
How will we make it fun?
PET Cup starts out with a social event of PET bottle picking, a “trash hunt”, and continues with a wild boat-building competition of several teams, each building their own PET boats from the jointly collected garbage.
The goal of the PET Cup is to direct and raise public awareness towards the Tisza River in Eastern Europe, where pollution has reached a level that is far too high to continue ignoring.
What is PET Cup?
The source of pollution is the huge annual PET Bottle Flood, which carries tons of domestic garbage – mainly PET bottles and plastic bags.
Finally, the cup ends in a crazy long-distance boat-race on the river.
"Any object, wholly or partially immersed in a fluid, is buoyed up by a force equal to the weight of the fluid displaced by the object."