CUHK researchers aim to harvest the energy created by human motion to power smartwatches and wristbands. Photo: Handout CUHK researchers aim to harvest the energy created by human motion to power smartwatches and wristbands. Photo: Handout
CUHK researchers aim to harvest the energy created by human motion to power smartwatches and wristbands. Photo: Handout

Smartwatches powered by wearers: CUHK researchers aim to harvest energy from human movements

  • CUHK researchers create compact generator small enough to be embedded in smartwatches, which can harvest energy from movement
  • Users can power their own devices just by moving around, eliminating the need to ever remove smartwatches to charge them

Topic |   Smartwatches
CUHK researchers aim to harvest the energy created by human motion to power smartwatches and wristbands. Photo: Handout CUHK researchers aim to harvest the energy created by human motion to power smartwatches and wristbands. Photo: Handout
CUHK researchers aim to harvest the energy created by human motion to power smartwatches and wristbands. Photo: Handout
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