The Human Energy Recycle System is an environmentally friendly energy circulation system designed to gather energy emitted by human activity around the house or workplace, transferring it to electrically power other devices.

A concept from Professors Choi Hyung-Suk and Yun Jung-Suk at South Korea's Hanyang University, the Human Energy Recycle System is an environmentally friendly energy circulation system designed to gather energy emitted by human activity around the house or workplace, transferring it to electrically power other devices.

The system uses lightweight, portable batteries called Solution Units, that are worn in different spots of the human body to collect kinetic energy from spinning, shaking, human heartbeat, body temperature and various other types of movements. These batteries can then be removed and used to charge basics like cellphones, laptop computers and other small electrical devices.

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