Instead of induction, WiTricity uses resonance to recharge devices wirelessly over several inches or even though objects. The company demonstrated this, along with a magnetic resonance repeater, and announced a wireless charger for iPhone 5 and 5s devices.
WiTricity introduced the world’s first system for wireless charging of consumer devices using the company’s patented highly resonant wireless power transfer technology.
Wireless charging company WiTricity shows off a new power charging device that can recharge multiple iPhone 5 units without needing a specific charging location.
WiTricity was recognized as one of the 2014 Technology Pioneers by the World Economic Forum. In this video, Eric Giler demonstrates WiTricity’s revolutionary highly resonant wireless power transfer technology.
Eric Giler of WiTricity presents at SVB CEO Summit Boston 2013. The Silicon Valley Bank CEO Summit features inspiring stories of personal and professional breakthroughs by some of the tech and life science communities most successful founders, CEOs, investors and experts. This video was taped at the May 2013 CEO Summit in Boston.
Marin Soljačić, Ph.D., founder and board member of WiTricity Corporation, speaks to the Public Education Institute at the Immigration Learning Center about WiTricity.
The Daily Conversation discusses WiTricity and its highly resonant wireless power transfer technology.
During a demo at CES 2013, Eric Giler showed off several ways the company’s technology can be applied to consumer tech products and the home.
WiTricity has created more than a half-dozen prototypes for its wireless charging technology. The tech can be used to charge smartphones, TVs, entire rooms of equipment and even electric cars at relatively long distances.
WiTricity gives Computerworld a demo of its Prodigy wireless charging unit, which can charge devices up to about 10 inches away. With a passive repeater, this distance can be extended to feet, and can even power devices through solid objects.