Casual Solar Power: The SOFT Rockers At MIT [Pics]

Casual Solar Power: The SOFT Rockers At MIT [Pics]

The outdoor rocking furniture stores solar energy and can charge any USB device.

Emma Hutchings
  • 6 may 2011

The SOFT Rockers, located in Killian Court at MIT, look like contemporary wooden furniture and feature clean energy charging stations. They were created by Sheila Kennedy, Professor of the Practice of Architecture at MIT and a small team of Design, Engineering and Architecture students.

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