Scientists at the University of Southhampton have established a way to power up phone’s batteries by using naural electricty. This could definitely change our way of life…
That breathtaking, yet complex gleam of light that strikes us. The electrostatic discharged between charged particles has finally been researched by a team of scientists, and used on none other than a Nokia phone. As a result of their sucessful discovery, they got the certainty and absolute confidence that devices can be charged through « air » – or by means of a natural electrical current.
With 200,000 volts, the team constructed in the University’s laboratory, what they stated as the « noisy connection »- or in their words « the circuity of the phone somehow established a noisy signal, allowing batteries to charge up. »
Don’t try this at home…
The Executive Vice President of Sales at Nokia affirmed that the experiment had indeed been dangerous, but neccesary. This research not only strenghtened Nokia’s reputation as one of the leading company of phones with the best battery longevity, but also opened doors to another world.
After years of desperate arduous work, they’ve got us closer to a better future. Not only will they be able to find new ways of generating electricty, but also they may help others that live in remote areas, so that they can generate their own electricity, or even have different more approachable way of getting help if needed.
Seems like technology keeps on advancing for the better as Universities take the lead.