'iyo' induction powered iphone charger 'iyo' induction powered iphone charger
sep 17, 2008

'iyo' induction powered iphone charger

industrial designer peter huvander sent us his latest concept. in his preparations for the darkness that is a swedish winter, huvander wanted to find a way to sustainably charge his beloved iphone. because of sweden’s lack of winter sun, he couldn’t use a solar charger so he designed the ‘iyo’ concept which uses induction power to recharge his iphone. take a look at how it works below.

http://www.peterthuvander.se

iYO YOYO from Peter Muungano on Vimeo.

  • omg if this comes out…

    yoyoguy4000 says:
  • By far the coolest gadget I have ever seen in my life! Wow that is amazing.

    test smithy says:
  • yeh good one followers, see an apple logo and just wank off all over it.

    http://www.potenco.com/
    this is where it is already being done, properly. No bodge job flashy concepts.

    Itio says:
  • [>][that’s really nice, I need one!! ][ but before, I need an iPhone [Movistar is a shit company in Spain!!] ]

    [[dbalieiro]] says:
  • I would buy one.

    xpez says:

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