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Researchers at Georgia Tech have been testing the tiny piezoelectric nanogenerator, super small generators that capable to convert motion into electricity, while the excitement is on the possibility to implement those piezoelectric nanogenerators into fabrics for endless vibration energy source.

cool-fun-coolest-top-best-new-latest-high-technology-electronic-gadgets-gifts-idea-Piezoelectric-nanogeneratorsPiezoelectric generator is generally being used on medical implants patients by converting muscle movement into energy that capable to power small implanted device within the patient’s body. Not until recent breakthrough made by Georgia Tech’s researchers, that has successfully use nanotechnology for Piezoelectric generator by embeding tiny piezoelectric wires into flexible plastic and polymer sheets, which could generate power whenever being squeezed.

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cool-fun-coolest-top-best-new-latest-high-technology-electronic-gadgets-gifts-idea-Zhong-Lin-Wang-Georgia-Tech-nanogenerator-for-fabricThe piezoelectric nanogenerator was invented by Georgia Tech’s Zhong Lin Wang and Jinhui Song, and it has a dimension of a little over half-a square inch, and compressing it by four percent once a second generates 11 milliwatts. A power enough to power a calculator, even though iPod will need around 80 milliwatts to run, at this point, it’s just a matter of scaling up the technology. The first thinkable possibility is to incorporate the flexible piezoelectric nanogenerators into socks, shoes or even a jacket, where movements and motions are likely to take place every single day.

Presently, the tiny piezoelectric nanogenerator is capable of powering a calculator, an LED and an LCD, while the next possible application would be forĀ  your iPod!

[ Source: Dvice ; Technology Review ; Psyorg ; Technovelgy ; Georgia Tech ]


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