Company says shoes can power gadgets

October 16th, 2008 in Technology / Hi Tech & Innovation
Japan's telecommunictions giant NTT unveils a special shoe which generates electricity
Japan's telecommunictions giant NTT unveils a special shoe which generates electricity as the user walks at the company's laboratory in Atsugi in kanagawa prefecture.


Japan's telecommunictions giant NTT unveils a special shoe which generates electricity as the user walks at the company's laboratory in Atsugi in kanagawa prefecture.

Tired of your iPod running out of power? A Japanese company says it has found a way to charge portable gadgets just by walking.



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