Human Powered Car: Designed by Charles Greenwood, this human powered four passenger car can reach speeds of up to 80 miles per hour.
Pedal-Powered Submarine for Two: This underwater vehicle from Marine Innovation Technologies design uses rotor-jet propellers to take advantage of the Coanda effect. It measures 11.5 feet long, can reach speeds of 2-5 knots on the surface and speeds of 2-3 knots under the water at depths of up to 30m.
Pedal-Powered Bike Monorail: The Shweeb is a take on the monorail; it uses plastic tubes and people can cycle to their destination in it.
Orange Dance Recharger: This is a portable phone recharger powered by kinetic energy.
Power Pump Recharger: Its basically a foot pump, you need to connect it to your mobile phone to recharge; it works by the pump passing air to a recharger that features a turbine, and this turbine then spins and transforms the energy into power.
iPad Rocking Chair: iRock developed by Zurich-based Micasalab, is a modernized version of the age old rocking chair with the ability to recharge your iPad or iPhone just by simply rocking back and forth and also powers speakers-system equipped in the chair itself.
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.
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.
Kneemounted Power Generator: This kneemounted power generator recharges your MP3 player by transforming the kinetic energy into electric power.
Dynamo Shaver: With just 1 minute of winding up, you get 1-2 minutes of shaving time and when recharged via the mains, it takes 8 hours and gives you around 60 minutes of shaving.
Dinner Set and Dishwasher System: This compact portable machine uses the simple principles of manual work in order to clean; simply place the plates and utensils into the rotating dishrack, fill it with water and turn holder to work; the inner machinery will rotate the dishrack for cleaning purposes. The drying system works using centrifugal force (system similar to the function of a vegetable dryer).
Handgrip iPhone Recharger: This comes from designer Mac Funamizu, to recharge your iPhone you need to swing it.
Datexx Superbattery: It powers up your smartphone for hours of talk time. In addition, it comes with built-in generator to give second source of unlimited power.
Spinning Power: Its a concept gadget designed by Song Teaho and 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 phone call.
'Swirl' Concept Washing Machine: The "Swirl" by Designaffairs Studio washes clothes using manual rotations; its designed to be used in areas where water is scarce and electricity isn't available.
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Collection of 'Coolest and Awesome Human Powered Gadgets' from all over the world.