Phone usage evolution
With every passing day, technology is overtaking our daily lives. Regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, career or economic status, you're probably packing a smartphone right now. In fact, 68 percent of all people own one. The phone, computer, tablet and other high tech devices have become not just an object, but for many a best friend.
Smartphones are capable of impressive accomplishments—but if they’re constantly running ahead at full speed, they’ll burn out pretty quickly. And there’s nothing worse than looking down at your phone and realizing the battery is running out of juice—or worse yet, that it’s already completely dead.
Before you get to the point where you find yourself desperately searching for an outlet or someone around you who has a charger, check out our prototype for making sure your phone battery never dies.
An energy-generating device that makes use of our everyday walking and running to generate energy for charging devices like mobile phones and tablets.
We change the way you walk.
How cool it would be if I could just use my shoes to charge my phone.
Saving the planet, step by step.
Using renewable energy or green energy enables us to reduce the carbon dioxide that goes into the atmosphere, which is known as our carbon footprint. This helps to reduce climate change.
How it works?
How it all began
Organized by UNDP with support from the Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning, the Swedish Embassy, USAID, MilieuKontakt and the Social Innovation Hub, the Climate Challenge sought to tap into the country’s talent by inviting the public to submit innovative ideas for mitigating climate change. Some 130 ideas were submitted and ten were shortlisted for the 2-day Climate Camp.
A team of four students from FYR Macedonia won the climate challenge, calling for youth to find technological solutions for a healthier environment.
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Dip into the exciting world of genuine style.
Brilliant idea? Check. Energy and dedication? Check. First Prize in Climate Challenge? Check. Prototype ready?…Read More