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Can dancing charge a smartphone?

05
Mar
2014

Nokias lighthearted video shows the technology to do just that is on the way but for the moment at least, itll take an all-night rave to get a 50 percent charge on your handset. The technology in question, which Markku, the Principal Researcher at Nokia Sensors and Energy, has dubbed Sea Turtle, emits a volt of charge when tapped or moved in the right way and is currently being developed for future implementation. And despite the technologys being in a very early prototype testing stage, the videos unnamed female host promptly purloins said scientific kit and heads out into the city to see if she can charge her phone simply by dancing.

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