25 Feb '12, 5pm

“Power Felt” Charges Your Cellphone With Body Heat (And It Costs $1!) - #InternetHuman #SeebeckEffect

No need to stay tethered to an electrical outlet or worry about your cellphone running out of juice; charging your smart device could soon require no more than a quick jog on the spot, according to Wake Forest University scientists, who have developed a thermoelectric device that converts body heat into an electrical current. Dubbed “Power Felt,” the technology uses temperature differences —that of the room versus your body, say—to create a charge. The best part? A cellphone cover could cost as little as a buck.

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