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WiTricity Demos Wireless Power Supply

Posted on | October 27, 2009 | 1 Comment

Eric Giler CEO of WiTricity, a startup company set out to offer wireless electricity demos how wireless power supply would work. The technology was developed by an MIT team led by theoretical physicist Marin Soljačić. WiTricity is one of several startups developing tech to safely transmit power through the air.

The technology at the core of WiTricity’s approach is called magnetic coupled resonance, which can provoke an energetic response at a distance between two coils, one powered, the other not. If the two coils are correctly tuned to one another, energy flows from the connected one (installed, say, on the ceiling of a room) into the other (inside, say, your laptop). Giler presented a demo of it at TEDGlobal  2009.


One Response to “WiTricity Demos Wireless Power Supply”

  1. pratik kamble
    April 26th, 2010 @ 5:24 am

    IT’S AMEZING.I liked it very much.But,i want to make a project of an similar type so will you provide me the detail description and detail diagram of it.I’ll be thankful if you provide me i asked for.hope you will replay me soon.

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