Scientists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology managed to transform WiFi waves into useful electricity to power various types of devices.
This is what DailyMail reports on, where the signal is converted into direct current through a semiconductor.
The staff of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology notes that this type of electricity can activate clothes, IoT devices and much more, including in the field of medicine.
Professor Thomas Palacios, co-author of the finding, explains that this new technology can be applied in large areas and that this will be the future of the energy charge.
In the normal scenario, when the Wi-Fi signal is 150 microwatts, you can get 40 microwatts of power.
Is this the beginning of the end of lithium batteries?