Designers created an 'infection-free playground' for children made up of individual play areas a?? take a look


Two German designers created a concept for a safe playground during the coronavirus pandemic.

Rimbin is a playground design that preserves the ability of children to play and talk together.

The area is divided into separate platforms so that children aren't close enough to share germs.

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Two German designers, Claudio Rimmele and Martin Binder, have invented a design for a playground that is safe for children during the coronavirus pandemic. They combined their last names to create what they call Rimbin, a playground where children can maintain social distancing while still playing with each other. The name is also a combination of the words rim, meaning edge, and bin, meaning container, a reference to the isolated pieces of the playground. They combined their separate experience in design and psychology to figure out this method for children to be able to play and keep social connections. "This virus really likes people being indoors in an enclosed space for prolonged periods of close face-to-face contact," William Schaffner, a professor of preventive medicine at Vanderbilt University, told Business Insider. So far, studies have found transmission outdoors to be rare, though not impossible. Rimbin is outdoors, and keeps children at a safe distance apart, making it a potential option for children stuck at home. Here's what it looks like.
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