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Researchers Build Wearable Generators

April 10th, 2011 04:34 admin Leave a comment Go to comments


schliz writes “From the itnews article: ‘Bioengineers from the University of Auckland have developed cheap, lightweight rubber power generators that could harvest up to a Watt of power if embedded in shoes. The researchers built on “dielectric elastomer generator” technology that used the movements of a flexible, non-conductive material to build up charge in attached electrodes.’”

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