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10/24/2012

Kinetic charger turns motion to power

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    The kinetic charger will turn mechanical movement into electricity, letting you power your phone by taking a walk.
    The device will feature a microfluidic device that will move nano-droplets of liquid through channels embedded in a thin film, which will produce an electric current. It will clip to a belt or pocket where it will harness the motion of the wearer to generate and store up to 4 watts of energy, and connecting the devices together will increase the charging capacity.
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