Imagine “jogging glasses” that find and highlight potholes or loose terrain
Piezoelectric devices promise to draw power from your footsteps or heartbeat, change the channel on your TV, and complete all … Continued
Just wrap a flexoelectric ribbon around your lung and harness your breathing
Piezoelectric materials have long been used to turn kinetic energy into electrical energy, but a clever application by Georgia Tech … Continued
A new flexible mesh can envelop airplanes, cars and other devices in a spidery cloak of sensors, designed to act … Continued
Bringing cosmetic implants into the new energy age
Build a device that lets you charge batteries for your cellphone or music player just by taking a stroll
New research confirms a theory: high-frequency acoustic waves can be converted to light
A new pair of high-tech pants monitors the wearer's joints
We’ve already seen a bunch of solar-panel backpacks, but now scientists are designing some luggage that harvests energy from a … Continued
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