The idea is this: more and more one touches the phone is charging. A “magic” that becomes possible by exploiting the full potential of a special film becomes very thin piezoelectric pressure into electrical energy.
Charge shots – The idea came from a team of Australian researchers at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), led by Professor Madhu Bhaskaran, in collaboration with colleagues from the Australian National University.Researchers have shown that piezoelectric materials at the nanoscale, embedded in thin films are able to provide the necessary current to power small electronic devices. In short, more digits and touch smartphone, genres and more useful energy to recharge its battery.
Future developments – The production of these specialty films is rather complex, but the results of the experiment Australian – published in the journal Advanced Functional Materials – bode well for the future. Among other things, says Professor Bhaskaran, a second group was created all’RMIT working to develop a system capable of charging the pacemaker through your blood pressure.