Light Bulb Powered Wirelessly

Light Bulb Powered Wirelessly
Innovation
Dan Gould
  • 9 december 2008

MAKE points us to a pretty wild find. Robin Massink from the Netherlands has created a magnetic levitation light bulb.  Floating light bulb? Pretty cool of course, but the real interesting angle here is that the light bulb is powered by wireless energy transfer. Massink goes into a detailed scientific explanation of how this works – but just watch the video to get the gist.

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