A Dubai-based Indian teenager has turned a college venture right into a household enterprise after his father was amazed at how the product turned out, a media report mentioned on Saturday.
Sixteen-year-old Ishir Wadhwa, a Dubai resident and pupil at GEMS World Academy, was required to submit an revolutionary venture for his Grade 10 course, in keeping with the Khaleej Instances report.
He regarded for an on a regular basis drawback to resolve and located it on the wall — the screw and nails.
“Whereas screw and nails have been in use since time immemorial, they pose issues for individuals each day resembling harm to partitions, outsourcing labour, mud air pollution and different risks of drilling.
“I reached out to my elder brother Avik, who’s now finding out engineering at Purdue College within the US. Once we put our minds collectively, the answer, like all nice concepts, was elegantly easy,” Ishir defined.
Their resolution was to place two metal tapes and a powerful magnet collectively.
“The metal tape that adheres to the wall is named the ‘alpha metal tape’ and the one on the thing to be hung because the ‘beta metal tape’. The neodymium magnet holds all the meeting collectively, together with the thing being mounted,” he added.
The household known as the product KLAPiT, from the clapping sound produced by the 2 magnets coming collectively.
Believing that the invention “could possibly be an absolute game-changer”, Ishir’s father Sumesh Wadhwa left his high-paying job and profession and determined to launch the product as their household enterprise, the Khaleej Instances report mentioned.