Alekz Londos has invented the "micro tiny home," which provides people on the street with a warmer place to sleep and a safer place to leave their belongings. The micro tiny home is a box-shaped unit with insulation that provides one person with enough room to sleep and store belongings. It has wheels for portability and a lock to secure valuables inside. Each home costs about $500 to make and doesn’t require extensive tools. “This is not actually addressing the problem [of homelessness]," Londos said, "but it’s a really good band-aid.” The next step, according to Londos, is having an area where these micro homes could safely and legally be situated and visible enough to help the idea grow.