DIY: Energy Harnessing Shoe Attachments

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Energy harnessing wearables are nothing new. We have already covered a bunch of shoes and other wearables projects that explore that idea. stephaniek26’s BiMA is a DIY project that involves building energy harnessing shoe attachments. They will harness mechanical energy as you walk and turn it into electricity.

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BiMa requires USB connectors, battery, plywood, Piezoelectric transducers, and a few other parts to get started. Interesting project for students, researchers, and educators.

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