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Tirubaa helps teachers

Startup has two models for which it is looking for distributors

Tirubaa helps teachers
Kshirsagar demonstrated the solar projectors at GITEX yesterday.

India-based Tirubaa Technologies Pvt. Limited has entered the market at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK with solar-powered projectors.

The new startup has two models for which it is looking for distributors globally – the EduProjector and an Android projector that has a dual-core, 1GHz CPU.

Founder and chairman of Tirubaa, Milind Kshirsagar, explains: “These are both fantastic products which we have targeted at poor, developing regions of the world and rural areas.

“For example, we think they are going to be very successful in India, Africa, Brazil and South America.”

The EduProjector comes loaded with national curricula for Indian school pupils, and children without access to established schools.

“In some of these places, there is no access to electricity, and children have no access to schools. Both of these projectors can be used on solar power, and are interactive, so children can go through and teach themselves, or teachers can use the projector too as a teaching aid,” Kshirsagar explains.

Eduprojector offers six hours of battery life driven by solar power, wind or by paddling. The company says the projector is dust-proof and is capable of 2200 peak lumens.

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