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WiTricity Corp. Home — Wireless Electricity Delivered Over Distance Cell phones, game controllers, laptop computers, mobile robots, even electric vehicles capable of re-charging themselves without ever being plugged in. Flat screen TV’s and digital picture frames that hang on the wall—without requiring a wire and plug for power. Industrial systems and medical devices made more reliable by eliminating trouble prone wiring and replaceable batteries. WiTricity Corp. is working to make this future a reality, developing wireless electricity technology that will operate safely and efficiently over distances ranging from centimeters to several meters—and will deliver power ranging from milliwatts to kilowatts. WiTricity Corp.’s vision is to develop a family of wireless electric power components that will enable OEM’s in a broad range of industries and applications to make their products truly “wireless.” WiTricity Corp. Home — Wireless Electricity Delivered Over Distance
Something in the Air(nergy): RCA’s WiFi Charging Device Remember when Nokia came up with the futuristic concept of cell phone batteries that charge via radio waves? Their particular form of charger-less charging wasn’t expected to be available until around 2012. At CES 2010 this month, RCA introduced something even better that’s going to be available way sooner: a dongle that tops up your mobile device’s battery via WiFi signals. Notice we didn’t say that it only tops up your cell phone battery; according to RCA reps, this little fella will work with just about all of your mobile devices. Something in the Air(nergy): RCA’s WiFi Charging Device
(image via: Inhabitat ) How annoying is it to run out of cell phone power when you’re nowhere near a charger? The Nokia Research Center is working on technology that would allow cell phones to draw juice from ambient radio waves, meaning that you’ll never again be without a charge. The ambient electromagnetic radiation that’s already being transmitted from TV, radio and cell phone towers can be converted into electrical current easily enough. It wouldn’t be enough to charge a dead battery quickly, but it would be enough to keep your phone’s battery topped up. If the concept sounds familiar to science geeks, it’s because Nikola Tesla had the same idea in 1893. Powerful Magic: Cell Phones Charge With Ambient Electricity Powerful Magic: Cell Phones Charge With Ambient Electricity
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Egyptian eco stories: biogas from kitchen scraps and environmentally friendly housing for the poor Egyptian eco stories: biogas from kitchen scraps and environmentally friendly housing for the poor Cairo, Egypt, photo by mshamma (source: Flickr Creative Commons) In a poor area of Cairo, Egypt, where ‘almost everything’ is reused and recycled, CNN visits one man’s home that is powered by gas from fermented kitchen waste. The biogas unit – which also provides fertilizer – as well as a solar water heating system, were both built by the man himself. He is obviously as skillful as he is dedicated to self-sufficiency. Check out this inspiring report from CNN: CNN Eco Solutions – Making gas from garbage
Slum village puts trash to good use In Kibera, a low-tech project uses trash as a resource to produce heat for cookingLocal residents use Community Cooker to prepare meals and heat waterPeople deliver all sorts of garbage in exchange for cooking time Nairobi, Kenya (CNN) -- On the outskirts of Nairobi, Kenya, mountains of trash are piling up along the dusty streets and footpaths of Africa's largest slum. In Africa's largest slum, a cooker that turns trash into fuel In Africa's largest slum, a cooker that turns trash into fuel
Finding a natural, renewable, eco-friendly way to power machines is the holy grail of propulsion research. A team comprised of university researchers, NASA, and the US Navy recently unveiled an unmanned underwater vehicle that is powered entirely by geothermal energy. The vehicle, called the Sounding Oceanographic Langranian Observer Thermal Recharging (SOLO-TREC) uses the ocean’s changing temperatures to generate power. Thanks to phase change materials which melt at higher temperatures and solidify at lower ones, pressure changes in the engine trigger a hydraulic motor that recharges the vehicle’s batteries. SOLO-TREC is an important breakthrough for marine biology, ocean exploration, and climate study. Current Technology: Ocean Bot Runs on Geothermal Energy Current Technology: Ocean Bot Runs on Geothermal Energy