Electricity

This entire room has been turned into a giant wireless charger

The team is also hoping to develop the tech into something to help wireless charge power tools and other electronic devices. Image: Unsplash/ Solen Feyissa

Katherine J. McAlpine

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The finished charging room, located at the University of Tokyo.
The finished charging room, located at the University of Tokyo. Image: University of Tokyo.
The wireless charging room under construction at the University of Tokyo.
The wireless charging room under construction at the University of Tokyo. Image: University of Tokyo.

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