Two young scientists successfully built the smallest computer in the world

A reporter at Pretoria quoted the 24/7 announcement of South Africa's Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) saying that...


A reporter at Pretoria quoted the 24/7 announcement of South Africa's Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) saying that the success of these two young innovation scientists could make a breakthrough for the development of modern computer industry.

In order to increase the flexibility and usability of computer equipment in areas with limited network connection and power supply, it is restricted. Scientists Luyanda Vappie and Motsholane Sebola have successfully built this type of personal computer without a keyboard, mouse and physical screen. This type of device is essential for digitizing and improving access to technology equipment in rural areas.



The two scientists and the smallest computer in the world.

Called Prism (prismatic), this is a compact personal computer, processing capacity of about 2Ghz, with bluetooth, wi-fi, LAN, battery can be used for about 2 hours, memory capacity in 64 GB and can be expanded with an SD card of a capacity of 200+ GB.

According to researcher Luyanda Vappie, Prism will change the way people think about computers. This is a handheld device and can be used anytime, anywhere. The team expects the compact device to be fitted to schools in areas with limited network connectivity to ensure the curriculum is always complete even without an internet connection. These two scientists have also built models to implement new inventions in practice. This is especially supportive of new equipment at schools, including toolkits, skills training, and use of local resources.

According to the research team, this invention will contribute practically to the realization of the UN Sustainable Development Goals for quality education.

Researcher Motsholane Sebola rated Prism to reflect the future of computing and the fourth industrial revolution (I4R), providing an opportunity for innovation for young scientists. Prism is a comprehensive solution with high interactivity and can be used in both urban and rural environments.

Having graduated from university in information technology, Vappie and Sebola have great passion for software engineering, system development and business analysis. Scientist Luyanda Vappie said: “We always dream of being able to bring about better things for the country. Most important is with rural communities. For areas with limited power supply, technologies need to be improved to remain accessible and accessible. ”

Luyanda Vappie and Motsholane Sebola are the co-founders of Root Tech, based in Johannesburg, South Africa, specializing in manufacturing electronic source equipment (OEMs) for Africa.

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