MIT created a solar cell that breaks theoretical conversion limits

May 25, 2016 by  
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MIT researchers are heating up clean energy technology with a new solar cell capable of converting solar heat into usable light, which raises the overall solar-to-electricity conversion rate of the cell. The new device demonstrates, for the first time ever, a method that allows solar cells to use heat to break through a theoretically predicted limitation on the amount of sunlight which can be converted into electricity. Compared to traditional solar cells, MIT’s new invention could be the thing…

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This Open Source Glove Turns Your Fist Bump into Music

May 4, 2014 by  
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Good music almost always evokes a physical response. Maybe you tap your feet or nod your head. Maybe you dance or jump or fist bump. A new invention by musician Imogen Heap makes it possible. The  Mi.Mu Glove was developed by Heap and a team of engineers and designers who wanted to step away from their computers and make music with bodily movements like those who play other instruments do. For a while, this was Heap’s personal wearable technology but now she wants to make it open to the world. Find out how you can help by following the link below. READ MORE> Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: ecouterre , Imogen heap , Imogen Heap glove , musical glove , open source glove , Open-Source “Mi.Mu”

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