This smart chair uses technological advances and simple physics to self-sustain power on its built-in light. Nano-dynamo technology is built into the skids of the chair, which transfers enough energy towards the bulb. The newly-developed, low-consumption LEDs make it possible to sustain usable light with very little electricity. Another cool feature of the chair is that energy is stored (instead of used) in a battery pack during daylight. The chair is a creation of American Rochus Jacob and is called the Murakami; it was first featured on designboommagazine.
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