Gum Power

Poor Singapore, chewing gum is banned in that country so I suppose they may never get to experience the Chewing Gum Battery Concept! It is a simple and innovative idea where paper battery is kept charged at a solar empowered dispensing station, and can be easily used for gadgets whose battery dies out unexpectedly. I suppose it is intended for tourist places or maybe college campus, but it sure is a neat way to get instant power.

Chewing Gum Battery is a 2012 iF Design Talents entry.

Designer: Ping-Yi Lin

19 Comments

  • Nobody says:

    how is it possible to work like that..?

  • Carl says:

    Wait.. what?

    I wish people would stop using the word “innovative” instead of “gibberish”

  • Lodewijk says:

    Wireless charging through dispensible batteries. Worst idea one can have for recharging. Much better to just swap the batteries. Saves you the inefficience of a battery-to-battery transfer on top of a wireless energy transfer on top of the recharging infrastructure pictured above.

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