The Solarpuff is a flat-packed, solar-powered, LED-rimmed cube that weighs just 2.6 oz and can be folded flat to a quarter inch thin. It is made in an origami technology.
The product was is designed for developing countries and disaster situations. It was inspired by 2010′s Haiti earthquake. It is designed to replace kerosene lanterns, which are commonly used in much of the world where there is no electrical infrastructure and particularly in refugee camps. Because of its lighweight and size it can be use in any urgent situation or during travel or camping.