You can make this 3D-printed, bioplastic face shield at home

February 22, 2021 by  
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The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many issues of waste into the spotlight, starting with the sheer quantity of petroleum-based personal protective equipment (PPE) used in the medical field and by everyday users gearing up to go to the grocery store or park. Designer Alice Potts homed in on this problem early, countering it with face shields made from food waste and flowers. These face shields required more than just a little research and development. Potts wanted to tackle the issue of plastic-based PPE but approached it by also addressing food waste . Potts said the face shields are biodegradable , because they are a product of food and flowers collected from local markets, butchers and households in the surrounding London area. The variety of organic materials affect the final product, meaning that each mask varies in unique ways. Related: Engineering student turns food waste into renewable energy “Every colour is completely seasonal depending on what flowers are blooming, what vegetables and fruits are growing and earth that is in and around London,” the designer said. Potts was initially inspired by her brother, a paramedic who reported a lack of PPE for himself and other first responders and medical care workers. So Potts set out to create a more sustainable option intended for the public, because the shields likely don’t offer the same level of protection as required in a medical care setting. With the recipe for the face shield and a design for the 3D-printed top section, Potts plans to make the template available to everyone via an open-source design. “I want to combine the advantages of technology with sustainability to form a template of the top of a face shield that can be 3D-printed from recycled plastic with a bioplastic recipe for the shield for people to make at home,” she said. The Dance Biodegradable Personal Protective Equipment (DBPPE) Post COVID Facemasks, as Potts named them, will be on exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, an event that highlights art, design, and architecture and runs through April 2021. + Alice Potts  Via Dezeen   Images via James Stopforth and Sean Fennessy via Alice Potts

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SoilKit wins recognition through Lowe’s small businesses program

February 22, 2021 by  
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Through the “Making It…With Lowe’s” program, entrepreneurs around the U.S. had the opportunity to showcase their products and innovative ideas. Three winners were picked out of many products and various entries into the program. One of these standouts is SoilKit, and the story behind the kit is just as interesting as the product itself. SoilKit is a soil test kit created by fifth-generation farmer Christina Woerner McInnis. This Alabama resident used her grandmother’s knowledge of soil health and modern soil chemistry to create a kit that will help aspiring gardeners keep their soil healthy. McInnis spent her younger years working on her grandmother’s farm, which dates to 1908. She decided to help everyday homeowners and gardeners expand their soil knowledge and make it easier for them to achieve soil health. Enter SoilKit, a comprehensive product that allows anyone to gather and submit a soil sample for expert lab reports and extensive information about the soil. Because she found a way to simplify a process that has been mostly performed by scientists and serious soil enthusiasts in the past, Lowe’s offered her a top supplier marketing development package and a Small Business Grant for $5,000. Consumers can purchase SoilKit right now. Making It…With Lowe’s is a $55 million program designed to support small businesses and provide opportunities. Lowe’s has also released a three-part YouTube series showcasing the three standout small business owners who recently submitted their impressive ideas. “Lowe’s began nearly a century ago as a small-town hardware store, and we know small business is the backbone of our economy ,” said Marvin R. Ellison, Lowe’s president and CEO. “Our Making It…With Lowe’s program attempts to give these diverse small business owners a shot at the American Dream – and inspire others through their stories.” Small businesses that are at least 51% minority-owned, woman-owned, veteran-owned, service-disabled veteran-owned, disability-owned or LGBTQ-owned are encouraged to apply to the  Making It…With Lowe’s program. + Lowe’s Images via Lowe’s

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From golf to gardens: Houston’s new botanical garden opens

September 23, 2020 by  
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It’s a loss for golfers but a big win for  plant  lovers. After decades in the planning stage, the  Houston Botanic Garden  finally opened September 18 on the former Glenbrook Golf Course in southeast Houston. The garden serves as yet another draw for locals and visitors to explore Sims Bayou, a watershed area near Hobby Airport that already includes miles of walking and biking trails and countless places to launch canoes. “The  garden  will showcase international and native plant collections, educational classes for children and adults, and provide engaging programming that will embrace the garden and natural settings,” said Justin Lacey, director of communications and community engagement at Houston Botanic Garden. The international firm West 8 designed and managed the overall garden project, with Harvey Cleary Builders as the general contractor. Houston’s Clark Condon designed the garden’s planting and soil, with installation by Landscape Art. Related: Failed Palm Springs golf course is being repurposed Building a garden By the time Nancy Thomas, past president of the Garden Club of America, and the late Kay Crooker formed the nonprofit  Houston  Botanic Garden in 2002, they’d already been talking about it for years. The two women dreamed of a massive botanic garden that would rival those of other metropolitan cities. But like all massive projects, the garden took a lot of planning and plenty of  money . It wasn’t until 2015 that the Houston City Council unanimously approved a plan for the garden to take a 30-year lease on Glenbrook Golf Course. Garden supporters had to raise $20 million by the end of 2017 to claim the city-owned property. The garden has been built from the ground up. First, the garden team analyzed how long-term golfing had impacted the soil. Maintaining perfect-looking greens meant decades of intensive mowing and regularly applying  pesticides  and herbicides. In 2018, the horticulture staff quit applying chemicals to the golf course and cut the Bermuda turf very short. They tilled to a depth of about six inches, added compost, and seeded the land with cover crops like tillage radish and white clover. In 2019, gardeners worked on the drainage system and specially blended  soils  for the garden’s different areas. Planning for tropical, sub-tropical and arid plants, the gardeners sought the right mix to keep all the flora happy. The staff’s 30-year master plan includes conserving water, promoting biodiversity and providing habitat for butterflies, birds and other wildlife. Garden designers integrated the plans into the surrounding Sims Bayou, allowing for the flooding and intense weather events so prevalent in Houston. Themed gardens The botanic garden will be organized into smaller themed gardens. Landscape architects picked about 85% of the plants showcased because they grow easily in Houston. The architects hope that this may inspire visitors to up their home  gardening  efforts. “In one area, we are assessing the rate of success for simply spreading seed, versus spreading seed and  compost ,” Joy Columbus, the garden’s vice president for horticulture, wrote in an article about the garden’s opening. “In another, we are spreading seed, compost, and a liquid biological amendment. Our goal is to provide home gardeners with a menu of choices – including the cost, both monetary and in sweat equity – and the opportunity to see the results for themselves on our property.” Visitors will drive over a bridge crossing Sims Bayou then cruise down tree-lined Botanic Boulevard to enter the garden. Once inside, they can explore rare species from the Houston region and around the world in the Global Collection Garden, learn about practical uses for plants in the Edible & Medicinal Garden and gain knowledge of water purification and flood control in the Stormwater Wetlands Garden. The Susan Garver Family Discovery Garden features forests, floating gardens, a play area, a picnic grove and the chance to get close to aquatic and carnivorous plants (but not too close). A one-acre Culinary Garden will thrill both gardeners and chefs. For those who lack the yard space at home, the botanic garden plans to have room for about 100 raised  vegetable  beds in a community garden. Events in the garden One of the botanic garden’s goals is to connect Houstonians across different cultures and ethnicities. The events schedule reflects this aim. For example, Celebrating Latin America on the opening weekend will include demonstrations of uses of cacti and succulents in  Mexican  culture, a mariachi performance and a talk on the aesthetic aspects of Latin American cooking by Adán Medrano, author of the cookbook “Don’t Count The Tortillas: The Art Of Texas Mexican Cooking.” In October, the Celebrating Asia event will feature an outdoor educational demonstration on ikebana, the art of Japanese flower arrangement, a virtual lecture on Vietnamese gardens in Houston and performances by Dance of Asian America. What about golf? But what about the  golf course? Americans aren’t as keen on golf as they used to be. Since 2007, golf courses have closed faster than new ones have opened. Theories about golf’s decline in popularity vary, but the sport doesn’t seem to have caught on with millennials, who might be put off by the sport’s exclusive reputation. Or maybe it’s because Americans work longer hours than workers in many other countries, according to  The Center for American Progress . This leaves Americans with significantly less time for lengthy rounds of golf. But botanic garden visitors will probably be too busy learning about plants or sampling a cooking demo to bemoan golf’s demise. Instead, they will happily enjoy the course formerly known as Glenbrook’s 132 acres of rolling hills and draping Spanish  moss . + Houston Botanic Garden Photography by Michael Tims Photography

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Melting Florida panther statue highlights climate change

September 23, 2020 by  
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The Florida panther has long had to deal with disease, car accidents, genetic disorders, extreme heat, hurricanes and even predators before cubs are old enough to open their eyes. Now the animal faces the indignity of being portrayed in orange wax and melting in the sun. But it’s for a good cause — The CLEO Institute is working with the VoLo Foundation and Miami ad agency Zubi to make an artistic statement about how climate change is decimating the panther population and other wildlife. “We are having a very hyperactive hurricane season and we have run out of names to name them. We are experiencing increased temperatures and increased sea level as well,” Yoca Arditi-Rocha, executive director of The CLEO Institute, told CNN . “For us the climate crisis is very relevant and it’s impacting Floridians in so many ways.” Related: Museum of Plastic pops up during Art Basel Miami Beach The panther sculpture is one of three wax installations created by artist and director Bob Partington, who is known for hosting The History Channel’s “ThingamaBob” show. The installation was unveiled at ZooTampa last week. The sculptures are designed to melt in the heat over a period of days, revealing a climate change-related message. The first wax work, which was installed in Miami, depicted a lifeguard hut which melted to reveal the message: “More Heat, Less Beaches.” Partington’s third wax sculpture will debut at Orlando’s city hall this week. It depicts a girl and her grandfather sitting on a bench and aims to make viewers wonder how much of Florida’s nature will be left when this little girl grows up. “The idea of these icons is to highlight things that all Floridians really want to protect and treasure,” Arditi-Rocha said. “We know this is a topic that has been tremendously politicized, but everyone wants to protect our beautiful beaches, our biodiversity and our way of living.” + The CLEO Institute + VoLo Foundation Via CNN Image via José Seijo & Sebastian Fernandez / Zubi / The CLEO Institute

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Can the GRI and SASB reporting frameworks be collaborative?

January 2, 2018 by  
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Tim Mohin, chief executive of GRI, and Jean Rogers, chair of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB), about the dance between standards.

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Shed of the Year shortlist includes a crocodile home and Star Wars-inspired shed

May 30, 2016 by  
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There are four finalists in eight categories: Unexpected, Eco, Cabin/Summerhouse, Workshop/Studio, Pub/Entertainment, Budget, Historic, and Unique. The sheds were described by the Shed of the Year’s shedblog as “outrageously spectacular” and “extravagant.” For some of the sheds, those descriptors are understatements. Related: Solar-Powered 2013 Shed of the Year is Topped With an Old Fishing Boat The Crocodile House, home of an African dwarf crocodile, is just the beginning. The 32 shed finalists range from creative to well-designed and everything in between. There’s the Party Shed , which allows owners to host fabulous parties without worrying about angry neighbors, since the shed is soundproofed. According to the owners, ” some of the best DJs in the world ” have entertained guests. At one party more than 100 people danced under disco lights on the dance floor. Then there’s the geek-friendly  Star Wars shed, a timely entry after the recent movie release. The shed is built to look like Han Solo’s Millennium Falcon and is basically Star Wars paradise. Some of the sheds reveal the dedication and love poured into their design . The submitter of Stephen’s Pub says his father ” put his heart and soul into his little slice of heaven ” yet was able to design a quaint pub-themed shed without spending too much money. His father built the tables inside the petite pub using ” old beer barrels .” Another in the Pub/Entertainment category, the Tranquility Saloon, offers enthusiasts ” plenty of floor space in case of brawls .” Andrew Wilcox, aka Uncle Wilco, said in the blog, “These sheds include some of the best I have ever seen in the history of the competition, so deciding who will take our top honor as the Shed of the Year 2016 will be tough. I love them all.” Gardening and outdoor supplies company Cuprinol sponsors the competition. Brand Manager Katie Taylor said in the blog, “It’s clear that the humble garden shed is no longer just a space to store garden tools, as more and more people use it as an extra living space where they can spend more time outdoors. We hope the competition will inspire the nation to make the most of the outdoor space they have, no matter how big or small.” You can check out all 32 finalists and vote for your favorites here . + Shed of the Year Images via Shed of the Year’s shedblog

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Cyborg artist can sense earthquakes around the world as they are happening

May 20, 2016 by  
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Some artists play to the beat of their own drum – but Moon Ribas plays to the beat of the Earth’s constant seismic movement. A self-proclaimed “ cyborg artist,” Ribas feels the vibrations of earthquakes through a subdermal implant and expresses what she feels through a unique interpretive dance called “Waiting for Earthquakes.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Un4MFR-vNI Dubbing her vibrational sensitivities a sixth sense, Ribas interprets the planet’s moving and shaking in her own artistic way. She decided to have a small magnet implanted under her skin near her elbow, which is connected to a personalized iPhone app. The app tracks the Earth’s seismic activity by aggregating geological data from all over the world, giving her a buzz akin to a phone vibrating in her pocket whenever the device is turned on and an earthquake is rumbling. She calls the phenomenon her second heartbeat, or “Earthbeat.” Related: The mega-earthquake that will probably someday wipe Seattle off the map Ribas has a certain affinity for the Earth’s rumblings. She told Quartz , “I think it’s unfair that our perception of earthquakes are all bad. Earthquakes are part of the evolution of our planet. The bad thing is that humans haven’t adapted to this natural phenomenon.” She is considering adding more implants to fine tune the sensations and, in the end, her performance art . She explains, “Maybe I’ll use each toe to define each continent, but that’s still in process.” +Moon Ribas Via Quartz Images via Moon Ribas

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4 most bizarre ways to power your house with clean energy

September 22, 2011 by  
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Garima Goel: Night Club Unique ways to power your house with clean energy As people are becoming more aware of the hazards of the non-renewable energy sources, they are now gradually shifting to making use of renewable energy resources in every possible way. The more we use renewable energy, the more we benefit the environment and also strengthen our energy security. These renewable resources like sun and wind are available to everyone for free. As solar panels and wind turbines generate green energy by making use of these renewable energy sources, they are very ordinary things to be found in every household these days. The power generated this way is clean, green and more cost efficient. However, there are some other uncommon and wacky alternative energy ideas that we probably may not have ever seen being used to produce green power. Let’s take a look at four such weird ways of producing eco-friendly energy. 1. Human Motion Dance Floor Amazing ways to power your home. While doing any physical work like exercising, running, walking and dancing, we generate energy. This power produced by human motion is a sustainable source of energy which can be transformed into electrical power and can be reused again. This technique of obtaining energy was used by environmental organization Enviu and Dutch architectural firm Döll to design the Sustainable Dance Club in Rotterdam, Netherlands. The concept behind creating the Sustainable Dance Club project was to generate electric power from the kinetic energy of 100s of clubbers. Studio Roosegaarde who are well known for their interactive artworks and environments designed and created the dance floor. Whenever a person dances on the sustainable dance floor, energy is generated that powers the club’s lights, speakers etc. The Sustainable Dance Club also inspires the young generation to live a sustainable and green lifestyle. 2. Wind Kinetics Wind Pavillion Bizarre ways to power your house with clean energy. California-based internationally known designer and artist Michael Jantzen has gained national attention as he has been exploring the possibilities of utilizing alternative energy systems in architecture. Wind Shaped Pavilion is an architectural structure that turns out to be a source of renewable and sustainable power. The building consists of six segments and the structure stands out in a symmetrical formation. As wind blows, the segments start to move randomly under its pressure generating electricity for the night hours. Lightweight fabric structure is used to construct the entire segments of the building that moves around a central open support frame. The occupants could themselves alter the position of the segment depending on their requirement to see different views or weather conditions. 3. Sound Energy Sound Energy The process of generating electricity from sound. Physist Orest Symko and his team from University of Utah has developed a phenomena to successfully convert (waste) heat to sound energy and then to electricity by miniaturizing and optimizing the devices. When a heat source is brought into contact with any enclosed space, this process expands the air inside the area, thereby increasing the internal pressure. With the help of a filter or an air opening on the side, this pressurized air moves out and makes a simple clear sound, which has a standard frequency. This frequency is directly proportional to the amount of energy extracted. The energy can be extracted easily if the frequency is more focused. The piezoelectric devices can be used to transform the sound into electricity, when the sound waves are made to pass through them. This concept can be implemented in our every day used gadgets like laptops, television sets etc and the waste heat they generate can be ultimately fed back to power them. 4. Spinach (photosynthesis) Spinach Spinach can be used to produce electricity. Spinach is a healthy vegetable and now this vegetable is being used to produce electricity in a green and innovative way. MIT researchers have developed an electronic device that uses spinach to convert light into electrical charge. Matthew Coates and Tim Meldrum have designed a house that obtains the electric power needed in the house from spinach. Actually, the solar energy indirectly powers the house but because of the protein complex called Photosystem I obtained from spinach, it is given the regards of generating green power. This protein from the chloroplasts of the spinach leaves work as organic semiconductors to make a solar cell and thus harness solar energy and convert it into green electricity.

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7 Weirdest forms of human powered transportation

September 22, 2011 by  
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Aravind Balasubramanya: Weird Shoe Bike Shoes instead of wheels Change is the only changeless thing in the universe. All things change – for the better or for the worse. And when this change happens, it is in two distinct ways. It is either an evolution, slow, and steady, or it is a revolution, rapid and ready. There is a ‘revolving’ revolution happening on the streets out there and only time will tell whether it is for the better or for the worse. Green transportation at its weirdest best seems to be the theme of this revolution. From springy stilts to fitness forklifts, pedaled pubs to super speedsters, these weird transport vehicles definitely hold a promise of future inspiration and innovation. 1. The Powerisers Powerisers Spring-loaded stilts If you manage to get yourself a pair of these spring loaded stilts, you must definitely get yourself a helmet and some pads. What will be a small step for you will transform into a giant leap for the Powerisers. The springs add power to the pumped up muscles as the walker moves in leaps and bounds. Made of aluminium by a Korean company, they are fun for both – the rider and the passers by. But let us not forget that the slightest slip can be dangerous for both. 2. Champiot Ultra Champiot Ultra Quadcycle combining biking and rowing Meet one of the most healthy therapies for treating insomnia and the problem of gall -bladder stones as claimed by its makers. Here is a quadcycle that is literally handled by the rider. Combining rowing and cycling, it is the muscles of the arm that drive the Champiot Ultra. Pumping the handle front and back accelerates the cycle. The manufacturers are marketing it as a fun and healthy way to healing a long list of ailments. 3. Pedal-Powered Pub Pedal Powered Pub Lets drink to health! Here comes another weird transport – a beer pub! These riders seem to toast to each other’s health as they power this mobile pub through their pedaling. These beer ‘pedalers’ saddle up and then synchronize their tap and pedal to glide along the roads. This concept has already caught on in Minneapolis, Amsterdam, London, and San Fransisco. 4. Treadmill Bike Treadmill Bike Ride as you walk… Would you like to run as you ride or ride as you run? A treadmill mounted on wheels, powered by your walk has hit the markets. The hard wearing belt offers perfect grip and the variable resistance feature for the treadmill ensures that everyone in the family can use it. This novel velocipede has rugged wheels and is a sure fun way to burn those excess carbs. And it comes along with a complete safety gear too. 5. Aquaskipper Aqua skipper Leapfrog over the waters The Aqua skipper sounds weird, looks weird, and feels weird too. Powered by your gyrations, it may well seem like a hybrid frog doing a mating dance. But whatever you may say, it is a sure shot exercise for if you stop gyrating, you will sink. Skipping at an amazing 17 mph, it should definitely be a fast and enjoyable round of leapfrogging to the dock. 6. The Hyperbike The Hyperbike Weird but really fast! Here is a gizmo that has interested even NASA! The Hyperbike hurtles at a velocity greater than 50 miles per hour and stands an impressive 10 feet! It is exercise all round as the biceps, triceps, calves and thighs work in a co-ordinated fashion to propel this super tricycle ahead. Don’t forget your helmet if you ever decide to go overtaking those gas automobiles on a hyperbike. 7. Human-powered Forklift Human Powered Forklift Moves slowly but moves heavy weights! Another all-round-exercise transport system, this forklift gets your luggage shifted and muscles toned at the same time. Crank up the luggage and cargo by working the arms and move it to the destination with some gentle pedaling. It has a capacity to move about 65 pounds and could be a handy thing to have in a warehouse.

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Best eco friendly concept chargers to power your phone using green energy

August 31, 2011 by  
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Rachel Predeepa: Ecofriendly Concept Charger Ecofriendly concept charger Now, with the arrival of the new eco-friendly concept chargers, there is no need to worry next time if you forget to take your mobile phone charger with you. Discussed here are some of the eco-friendly gadgets, which charges your mobile phone using green energy. These chargers makes use of the energy that you use to operate these gadgets, like kinetic energy, to charge your mobile phones and do not require electricity. This is the reason why they are called “eco-friendly concept chargers.” Let us explore five such novel green energy utilizing concept chargers. Kinetic Energy iPhone Charger Kinetic Energy iPhone Charger Kinetic Energy iPhone Charger Playing golf is a game that is not meant only for amateurs who really get to the level of hurting people nearby with the power in each swing. Mac Funamizu who thought that making use of the kinetic energy released in each swing be best used for recharging your iPhone or other mobile phones. Thus, this will also prevent from hurting people standing next to you. This charger works by making use of the kinetic energy that is being generated with each swing. The device is restricted only until the handgrip and not the club that strikes the ball. This means there is going to be no damage to the device as well is going to interfere with each stroke of the ball. The device works after a specific number of swings when there is enough energy being captured to charge mobile phones and other portable gadgets for a couple of hours. Wrist Grip Charger Wrist Grip Charger Wrist exercise to generate power to charge mobile gadgets Well, why waste all the energy when you are doing your work outs? Trap them, and use it for recharging your portable gadgets. For this purpose, use the hand grip charger, which comes handy when you are in need to recharge your mobile. You are going to serve two purpose by being regular with your workout, generate green energy for recharging your phone and complete your daily workout regime. All you need is to connect the AC out cable to your phone while you are performing your daily workout, and why not keep the amount of energy being spent for recharging. Yo-Yo Phone charger Ecofriendly Concept Charger Ecofriendly concept charger Isn’t it cool to know that you could charge your mobile phone with a yo-yo. This is not a fancy concept but is a fancy coming into reality with the knowledge resource derived by Peter Thuvander. When Peter realized that more than half the time that solar power does not work in the country, there is a need to think of an alternative energy resource. It struck him that he could make use of the kinetic energy being released from yo-yo, every time you fiddle with this small entertainment. The yo-yo charger works by converting human energy released into electromagnetic induction and stores them into a small Li-ion battery. This energy can later be used to spice up your mobile or portable gadget anytime. Orange’s Dance Charger Orange Dance Charger Orange Dance Charger There is nothing to worry that you missed out being in London in a bustling nightclub, which converts all the energy that you tap on the dance floor into green energy, Orange has something for you, which will help you to make your small contribution to green energy concept. This is a gadget that weighs only 180 grams and is encased in an elasticated, black, neoprene strap that could be wound around your biceps for the summer festival that will be automatically capturing all the energy that is being drained out of the body while you dance, jump and walk, which can later be transferred to recharge your mobile phone. Yo-Yo Pull Light Dynamo Yo-Yo Pulllight Dynamo Yo-yo inspire pullight dynamo Yo-yo is one of the most cheapest and common way of spending summer days trying to get everything under the control of your wrist. While this looks like stupid time wasting toy, with the arrival of this gadget, this is no more mere fun, but rather you are doing something to save on making green energy. This is an innovative design derived from the brains of Sebestian Sauvage, who employs the string power of the yo-yo to derive some energy to burn light, probably to burn lights for your bicycle or charge your mobile phone and other gadgets. Now, is that you have seen how people are trying to make use of the small kinetic energy to recharge your mobile phone, you do not have to think that you are fixed, if you have not remembered to bring your phone charger next time.

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