iPad Charging Rocking Chair

iPad Charging Rocking Chair
technology

Furniture converts motion into usable energy to power iPad and speakers.

Yi Chen
  • 2 november 2012

Zurich-based company Micasa Lab has claimed to have created the first-ever power-generating rocking chair dubbed the iRock. The chair is set at a 37-degree rocking angle and comes equipped with an iPhone/iPad dock and speakers embedded along the headrest. As the person sitting begins to rock back and forth, the generator in the iRock converts the motion into usable energy that charges the device and powers the speakers.

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