- Sheila Kennedy
- Professor of the Practice, Department of Architecture, MIT School of Architecture + Planning
- Speaking at Poptech 2007
- October 2007
- Camden, Maine
Most of us wouldn’t see anything remarkable about a cell phone battery, a dishwasher switch and the light from a crosswalk signal. But Sheila Kennedy reveals how the combination of these common items can create something groundbreaking: portable, durable, reliable lighting for the third world.