Device ‘Steals’ Excess Power From Nearby Electromagnetic Fields

Device ‘Steals’ Excess Power From Nearby Electromagnetic Fields
technology

Dennis Siegel has built an 'Electromagnetic Harvester' that can use redundant energy to charge a battery.

Emma Hutchings
  • 16 january 2013

The ‘Electromagnetic Harvester’ was built by Dennis Siegel, a Digital Media student from the University of the Arts in Bremen, Germany. It takes advantage of the electromagnetic fields that surround us, tapping into them and storing the unused energy in a standard battery.

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