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.
Here are some additional prototypes shown for WiTricity’s 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 CEO, Eric Giler, was invited to speak to a distinguished audience of economic, political, environmental and business leaders at the New York Forum Africa 2012 program. In addition to explaining and demonstrating WiTricity technology, Giler describes the ways in which wireless power transfer can help accelerate the access to electric power for people living…
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Imagine charging your cell phone just by putting it on your hallway table or having lamps you can put anywhere in the room because they don’t have a wire, or even an electrical car that can be charged without plugging in into a special charging station. Gov. Deval Patrick saw these and other prototypes developed…
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Delphi Automotive has equipped several test vehicles with its Wireless Charging System, a highly efficient wireless energy transfer system featuring technology developed by WiTricity Corporation.
This short video from The Economist explains the basics of highly resonant wireless power transfer and how WiTricity is changing the world.
WiTricity demonstrates wireless energy transfer across a room using resonant repeaters.