Already shown here several ways to create energy. Sun, sea, wind and evengarbage ever served raw materials capable of providing power to the machines created by man. But the Dutch designer Marieke Staps innovated further. She has developed a watch capable of generating electricity from the ground.
The “biological” clock works thanks to a system of copper and zinc electrodes plugged in to the ground. This acts as an electrolyte, or a driver, where the electrical charge can flow up to the equipment. The natural metabolism of plants, then, will produce enough electricity to keep the clock running. Here at Ehotelat you can get more models of the clocks fashion.
Instead of winding or plugged into a socket, this watch only need watering. This, after all, if the plant die, surely you will be late.
Tired of your watch? Reuse materials and make one yourself.
Watch for anyone who likes music
Prefer traditional alarm clocks
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