How does a batteryless computer work? Get energy from the air

How does a batteryless computer work? Get energy from the air

Nowadays, some computers have been able to fit into our pockets, and researchers from the University of Washington's Sensor Laboratories have found a way to miniaturize computers by removing batteries from computers. It is understood that the team's Wireless Identification and Sensing Platform (WISP) can collect radio waves from the air.

According to reports of foreign media Fast Co. Design, WISP can absorb radio waves emitted from standard RFID readers and convert them into electricity. This part of the energy allows WISP to handle simple tasks such as tracking sensor information, etc. Wait.

Although this new method cannot be applied to smart phones, it can already help architects monitor concrete structures without demolishing buildings. In addition, it can also be used as a wearable device or medical implant.

Researchers at the University of Washington have been working on WISP technology for up to 10 years and have recently made new progress. They can already reprogram WISPs without using cables. In the field of battery technology, WISP is a very significant breakthrough.

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