Now Charging Is Possible With WiFi
Engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have invented an experimental device using Griffin that can generate electricity by absorbing WiFi signals.
The device consists of square shaped microscope griffin fragments beneath which a layer of boron nitride is laid.
WiFi signals pass through the device seamlessly to the smartphone, but as they pass through, the device, transmits a portion of its energy into the Griffin’s electrons in the reactor fire. Then Start flowing in a certain direction as direct current (DC).
Initial experiments have shown that the purer the griffin in the reactor fire, the better its performance. Experts who invented the device have warned that the purpose of this is to prove only concept in the present, so no charging device from WiFi signals is expected to be available in the market soon.