Company to Offer Motion-Based Phone Charger
Aug 25, 2008, 2:40 PM by Eric M. Zeman
A company called M2E Power is developing technology that will harness the kinetic movement of the human body to charge electronic devices, including cellular phones. The charging station would be a small device worn on the body. Whenever the wearer moves, such as walking or running, the movement will create and store electrical energy in a battery. The battery can then be used to charge or power a mobile device. M2E Power suggests that 6 hours worth of activity could provide 30 to 60 minutes of talk time. The company expects to have the device to market in 2009.
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I guess it might be useful on the golf course
imagine if you use your phone as an mp3 player while joging or walking and you could charge it at the same ti...
I've had a selfwinding watch for a number of years and its done well for me. I was just thinking about something like this the other day built into dress shoes, but having a device like a reverse pedometer that generates electricity would be great.
This techonology would never sell well in America
"Oh no my phone is dieing! time to loose weight!"
Would be cool