Now you can recharge your mobile with the wireless charging with laser

Now you can recharge your mobile with the wireless charging with laser

Researchers successfully tested a new way to load a cell to distance

Today I will talk about the new wireless charging system: a laser beam would overburden a smartphone to distance and at the same time a charger cable.

Now you can recharge your mobile with the wireless charging with laser
Now you can recharge your mobile with the wireless charging with laser

Load to more than four meters away using a laser emitter

The new modality to recharge wirelessly a cell has been developed by a group of university researchers of the University of Washington, it is a feasible project and functional loading method has acquired relevance media and is far from being commercially viable.

Methodology of the laser Charging

The charging system consists of an invisible beam laser transmitter that connects to a receiver located in the Blackberry smartphone to provide the energy necessary to recharge your batteries. The laser is adapted to grant a power of 2 W, enough to recharge a smartphone from test (a Galaxy S5) adapted to the technology.

Security system to load cell with laser

safety is important, that is why this wireless charging by laser is equipped with mechanisms to avoid damage to people, objects and animals nearby. The issuer cuts the laser beam instantly when anything is intercepted on the way of the rays. Do not overheat the smartphone as the team designed aluminum heat sinks to ease the temperature.

It should be clarified that the burden by laser is still experimental, initially we must say that it is still a project, is far from having business models, but it could be a good way to recharge devices with only place them close to the laser emitter. It is futuristic, but real.

This is not research that provide researchers in electronics, technology, cutting edge, today many things require the use of the laser and the laser will arrive at the mobile world is not crazy

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