Students invent gadgets to make life simpler, reduce energy consumption
You fold your transparent mobile phone so that it fits into your wallet and charge it on the way to office using your helmet. While in a meeting with your boss, you switch on your washing machine with your phone. Your fancy jacket runs your laptop as you make an award-winning presentation. If this sounds like a sci-fi movie script, you may soon be a part of it.
Flexible, single-layer mobile phones, solar jackets and helmets for energy generation and storage on-the-go and smart power out.
The transparent and foldable mobile phones are made of graphene, the new super material in the tech industry that’s extremely thin, strong and flexible.
The bulky solar panels of today could soon be replaced by aesthetic ‘solar trees’ near your offices and homes with ‘leaves’ made of small panels to generate electricity.
Fluid and flexible solar panels that can be moulded into any shape can make current solar panels a thing of the past as India targets generation of 100 GW.