Voltmaker: The Voltmaker is a small and compact rapid kinetic electricity generator inspired by a ratchet system; ideal for hikers and those who are constantly on the move. It generates a steady source of energy for your smartphone, flashlight or GPS and more.
nPower Personal Energy Generator: This small device uses the kinetic energy of your walking and turns it into electricity. It can recharge most of the smartphones, MP3 players, handheld devices, GPS, digital cameras, and more.
Kinetic Energy: This Kinetic Energy recharger designed by Soledad Martin, straps onto a shoe and while your walk, jog, or hike the kinetic energy you generate from your activity gets transferred into stored power. And when you need to juice up gadgets, just attach the USB cable from the device to recharge them.
Rocking Chair: This innovative rocking chair designed by Shawn Kim is made from used materials and it transforms kinetic energy into electronic power to run your gadgets. Apart from this it comes integrated with lighting and 2-channel stereo speaker that you can power while relaxing or listening to the music on the chair.
Kinetic Mobile Phone: The Atlas Kinetic Mobile Phone concept by designer Ricardo Baiao is made of aluminum and glass. Similar to watches that use oscillating weight to power a mainspring, this mobile phone is powered from kinetic energy.
Light Shovel: The Light Shovel designed by Shenfen Wang comes with integrated lighting in the shovel stick. The kinetic energy generated by its usage during the day gets transferred into stored power and can be used for nighttime lighting.
Chukka Kinetic-Powered Music Player: The Chukka kinetic-powered music player can be recharged by shifting the beads.
Light Shoe: The concept shoe transforms the kinetic energy generated from walking into electrical energy to power the lights.
Light Socks: Designed by Boyoung Joo Park, these make walking in the night more easy by lighting around you, using the power that generates from your walking.
Jumping Light Skipping Rope: This Jumping Light transforms the kinetic energy from your jumps to electric energy to power the flashlight in it.
EMPower Rocking Chair: This concept chair designed by R Klinger harnesses kinetic energy from its swing and makes it available via USB and standard outlets.
Ecotypicbed: Designed by Arthur Xin, the Ecotypicbed turns and stores all of your in-bed activities into energy. Apart from this it has straps and pulleys on the side of the bed that can be used to exercise and generate even more power. This energy can later be used to power lighting or an integrated audio system.
Spinning Power: It's a concept gadget designed by Song Teaho & Hyejin Lee; according to them, all you need to do is rotate the gadget approximately 130 times before you can make enough energy to make a 2-minute call.
iYo: Designed by Thuvander, its Yoyo your way to recharge up your iPhone.
Yoyo Mobile Phone Recharger: To make it work you need to spin it and the inbuilt dynamo transforms the energy to generate electricity.
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Collection of 'Most Creative Kinetic Energy Powered Gadgets' from all over the world.