Posted on Monday, August 5th, 2013 by Franckie Echeverria
The Kitepatch, worn on clothing like a decal, is said to keep its wearers invisible to mosquitoes for up to 48 hours.
We all know mosquitoes are pesky small insects that regularly sting during the long summer days and to some who are stung the encounter presents a life changing reaction. In many third world countries, Malaria and other diseases are running rampant in large percentages and Kitepatch is here to change the game. This product, when worn, makes you invisible to mosquitoes. It is designed with the use of non-toxic compounds and is said to be durable in all climates as well as safe for all ages.
The result of three years of work, Kitepatch is the recipient of much funding and recognition in the news and in various papers before it even hits the shelves. If Kite were successfully distributed worldwide, the patches could help in the global fight against mosquito born diseases. It’s a small product that has the potential to make a significant difference.
Technology, critical thinking, and a will to do good has manifested itself in the creation and hopeful distribution of this product.
Watch the video below and learn more about Kite.