CREATING ENERGY FROM MUSIC

Sound energy is nothing but waves containing frequency. Let’s grab the sound energy and convert it into electrical energy. We can grab the sound from public places, traffic stops, even from classrooms. This energy could be used to power small appliances.

ENERGY FROM THE HUMAN BODY

Can you imagine getting electricity from the heat of your body? On hot summer days all that extra heat could be converted into electricity to power small devices, or to power the air-conditioning in your home. Or the heat from an entire class of students could be used to power the building’s lights.

HEALTHY HOME TEST KIT

Test kit for people who are renovating a house, preparing for a first baby, or trying to figure out if toxins are contributing to a family member’s health or behavioral problems. The box would contain a simple instruction/information manual and a selection of kits that test for toxins in the atmosphere.

Wearable power bank

Create energy through exercise

Water-based motorcycle fuel

Let the nature fuel your road trips!

ELECTRONIC PAPER FOR SCHOOLS

Electronic paper for schools to use. Read books or write assignments and send them to your teacher. Using bioplastic and solar chargers to replace paper makes it environmentally friendly. ITs low cost, and long lasting. Let’s save environment and replace paper with electronic one!

GENERATING ENERGY FROM HIGHWAYS

We use cars every single day; in each country there are thousands of cars passing along motorways; there is nothing we can do about it, so let’s take advantage of it and create energy from the motion of traffic. Rollers placed on the roads could generate electricity each time a car travels over them.

Personal wind power

The winds of change are blowing

PLACES I’VE BEEN – TRACKER

I wish I could see all the places I've gone in these shoes; my footprint from these shoes when I travelled across the world--the geographic locations, terrains, distances, dates. My idea is to create a chip to place into shoes to track you. From the app you could see where you have been on a map.

DISHES MADE OF BANANA LEAVES

Using banana leaves - perhaps sterilized, processed in some way - to replace plastic packaging of take-away food products.

TURNING PLASTIC INTO BRICKS

Use the plastic bags that are just thrown away in landfills and transform them into bricks. Lightweight, solid, waterproof, and very low cost as the materials are recycled. Creating bricks and other building materials out of recycled plastic will lower the amount of waste, and provide an alternative to all the waste that we create.

E-LEARNING WITH OCULUS RIFT

Oculus Rift glasses could be conducted online using today's technologies. Students in the class studying in virtual reality. Everyone could access to a class on another side of the world.

RENEWABLE MADE 3D CAMERAS

Next step from Snapchat Spectacles: Sustainable cinema?

LAWNMOWERS THAT ARE FUELED BY GRASS

They are powered by the grass that they cut, combined with solar power.

ECO-CITIES

I believe in transforming the cities we live in to be more harmonious with nature, with self-powering transport systems and cities surrounded by greenery. Small ideas like tiny wind turbines on the sides of buildings collecting the energy from the wind, or a better collection and usage of rainwater. I think if we can change the cities, we can change people’s minds, and people will learn the need for sustainability and nature.

SELF-HEATING BATH ROBES

Say goodbye to towels, because with this you won't be needing them. This robe is rechargeable and doesn’t require a battery.

WIND TURBINE CHARGER IN A CAR

Small turbine placed under the hood of electric cars. When the car is driving, wind goes through the grill, spins the turbine and charges the battery of the car, prolonging the mileage you can achieve with one charge.

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