Dyson Energy Bracelet concept aims to un-tether mobile junkies

by Mike
Posted July 6th, 2009 at 7:42 am


Mobile junkies and gadgety geeks are always looking for ways to get just a few more precious minutes of battery life coaxed out of our favorite gadgets while on the go. I know how frustrating and plain unfair it can be to have your gadget of choice die on you in the middle of a trip with no relief (outlet) in site for several or more hours. Thankfully the forward thinkers consisting of Mathieu Servais, Camille Lefer, Clément Faydi, and Mickaël Denié, all third year students in France at the Industrial Design at Nantes Atlantic Design School can be thanked for a concept they designed that will someday possibly help us with our outlet withdrawal. It works by storing electricity picked up from differences in contact and ambient temperatures. A simple micro-USB cord and a depleted gadget are all that are needed to witness battery technology of tomorrow unfold before your eyes. Hopefully the inner workings of this concept can be ironed out relatively soon so that we can sport one of these fashionable/functional pieces of tech and venture out into the world, away from walls and wires.

Source: Geeky-Gadgets, Tuvie, Dyson

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