Internet is more often unavailable, just to explain why we posted less pictures the last weeks.
Waiting for feedback for our work we spent a few days in Sihanoukville which is situated at the coast. We had a very nice time, relaxing, a real source of energy.
Ana (white shirt) before getting sea-sick.
Tradition vs. change.
Beauty vs. dirt (smell!). The fishermen's port was a very special experience.
Coming back, we got quite a lot of interesting user feedback (we made simple cardboard models and storyboards and people loved to try out the handling and to participate in finding ideas). No clue why we thought that these sessions would be much more difficult!
Saturday was our first shopping day for the final prototype. We arranged a lot of things that we will need, except for yet undefined features, so that we can start whenever we took the crucial decisions.
Shopping à la cambodgienne. Most of the times we had to communicate with drawings...
... what turned out to be especially tough for electronic components. However, we found the needed tools and materials much quicker than anticipated.
Besides... rainy season brings little surprises from time to time.
Nobody knows how that fish came into our bathroom. Loucas says that it walked. The stupid thing is that there is no other option!
Anyway, it died, being fried together with a bucket full of snails by our 15 Khmer "flatmates" who have been following a course of four weeks at the Solar Campus.