A versatile solar lighting system for sea nomads of Southeast Asia
Typically living in stilt houses at sea, the sea nomads of Southeast Asia have no electrical grid to connect to. This versatile solar lighting system allows for light during dark hours.
The lamp can be hung or suspended in different ways inside of the stilt house, using the straps, buckles and clips. The battery, along with the solar battery charger, can be hung in the same fashion as the lamp, with customized pouches. The solar panel can be attached to the roof of the stilt house using line or rope. Use cases for the lamp include cooking, eating, socializing, making tools, repairing and fishing.