Charge Your Phone with 3D-Printed Jewelry

Solar panels on our houses’ roofs are pretty normal nowadays. As a modern trend is to follow everything what is eco-friendly and sustainable, the idea of jewelry that can charge your phone or mp3 players seems to might have a success.

SOL collection of jewelry collects and stores the energy when it is worn in the sun. Then it creates the alternative way of charging small devices for example as your phone. Design of this jewelry is inspired by Islamic patterns and art. Each piece of jewelry has a slot for a solar panel unit that  has a USB slot used for charging devices. This collection of jewelry is created by using 3D printed steel and some plastics. (via Inhabitat)

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Silvia M.//SMC Editor

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Credits : inhabitat.com, behance.net, techinvestornews.com, googleimages

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