SPOTLIGHT: Wireless electricity, no more chargers?

Well, that was the MIT project leader's intent. Dr. Martin Slojacic was tired of hearing the beeping sound when his mobile phone was running low on batteries. "It occurred to me that it would be so great if the thing took care of its own charging," he said. So Slojacic and his team went to work on an idea for wireless electricity that could create a charge in a room or around a person's desk. They call it "WiTricity". Article

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