SolarLight Uses Wind Power to Light Up
The SolarLight concept light bulb by industrial designer Eon TaeYoon has been designed to offer safe off-grid lighting to people livingin rural parts of the world. Unlike its name, the concept has beendesigned to harvest wind power with acrylic blades. The blades catch the wind and a small generator converts the energy into usable electricity, which is later used to power the tube inside.
Via: Yanko Design
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