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Charges Nokia smartphone through dance
What do you think is going to make the girl in the photo above? To dance, their movements trying to charge Nokia phone . Most interesting is that she is out, and without the use of a tambourine. No fakes – all really. Watch the video below.
The main heroine of the roller gets from a man named Marrku, a researcher at the laboratory Nokia Sensors and Energy prototype device that charges the battery of the smartphone, using the movement of the human body. Too early to talk about the final product, but no one doubts that the technology being developed for future implementation.
According to the developer, “to get a charge, you need to create vibrations on the correct frequency.” As seen in the video below, for half of the day the girl managed natantsevalas so as to charge the battery for 25 percent of the smartphone. It’s a little, given the costs of time and effort. But the result is, and it is obvious that the developers still have work to do.
It should be noted that the experiment was conducted on a smartphone Nokia Lumia 1520 with abnormally capacious for devices of this class battery – 3400 mAh.
Another interesting point. It’s no secret that Nokia, as well as Samsung, Apple loves potrollit . So, in the beginning of the video, our heroine appears in the research division of Nokia with a solar panel on the head, which is a direct allusion to the wish to charge their Apple gadgets future solar energy.
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