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I really Smart had to say you have kinetic energy hit every -- and created by human locomotion.
Meaning if you run around you can make energy I don't quite an expert pellets that kind of call that we high it was the physics to be non engineers.
That's fair and above -- 12 o'clock -- well I've learned what Panetta was some very good at something out of it -- in the -- joins -- is probably not.
Electronics and hopefully -- all heck -- a lot more about this than we do but the idea -- you want around right.
Aaron and you create energy makes sense and then you do what.
Through your company with that in.
Our company is -- and electric and I will bring to market the and power which is our technology.
And other devices called a peg or -- personal energy generator.
So it's small device so weighs about nine ounces and you put inside of a backpack or briefcase or purse as you walk along and -- -- human kinetic energy.
It recharges your mobile electronic devices.
While but not -- laptop right.
We're not at the out laptop level yet but hopefully within next two years we won't have to worry about that issue either -- -- -- -- like a flattening the shaker flashlights.
The shaker flashlights are using the -- -- so long.
We like to say that -- the -- and a principal and a lot of principles of Albert Einstein.
I'll packaged in a nine ounce container that.
OK well without going too deep into its we have no clue what you're talking about how to society where you know I haven't had that under this -- that works is that time.
You know anything that has motion to -- so goes up and down her back and forth left or right side to side has kinetic energy -- it.
And all we essentially do -- tap into that Connecticut energy.
We focus and amplify inside of the device and we convert fed directly into electrical power to recharge your devices for excellence -- -- thought of the certainly right -- -- -- -- -- anybody -- -- this and -- -- you guys.
Well you know.
If we've seen kinetic energy harvesting devices and smaller scale so like the -- perpetual motion wrist watches I think that's a fine example of the Connecticut are acting like an analogy.
Let the battery like a -- to air all those they -- they'd run because your -- -- keeps moving so then that being said you need you know there's those little.
Watch movers that -- I think one year it's in stand still and keep it going.
So like if I'm in the car line in an elevator or something like that where I'm not moving anymore what happens then is to dance and -- and.
If -- yeah of course you can always keep on dancing or around you know when you're in a car and die as you're as you're going down the -- say let's take a commuter application and -- bumpy subway somewhere.
Will be able to harvest that up and down motion inside of the subway car also to be able to recharge your device.
With the pricing on this type of thing.
This is how everything is going to be a 149 dollars and we're going to be selling it -- our website at green and power dot com okay wanted to come out.
We expected to be out in the marketplace before the holiday season.
Before the holiday season and will be you be able to use it on just about any is it with certain phones or would you -- the board.
We can go across the board we can charge and 90% of all luck -- held her hand held mobile electronic devices at this time.
Basically anything that's you can charge what -- USB.
Type of cable we can charge also.
So the other part is it's a universal charger you don't have to have one specific for your phone and one specific for your iPod one device will take care both of us.
It doesn't store energy though right it it just it its use it for the moment and then what you have to redo it again.
That's correct and basically we put out the exact same amount of power as a wall outlet does relative -- device.
So if you're used to plugging your phone into the wall for -- recharging at the same as plugging and our our device and walking around for an hour.
Aren't so you think this they'll be pretty bad guy bad and it's obviously why you're in the business what how what do what what's next to -- how does this grow it and then Tracy mentioned laptops -- -- We're going to be able to do this with a lot of different devices not just the small ones eventually.
What it yes that's true and other technology is very scalable so long that some of the other items that we're working on doing research and development on.
Would be a device called -- wave energy can murder which is a much larger device about the size of a Prius automobile they would be out in the Great Lakes around in the ocean.
And it bobs up and down on the waves -- and harvest up to fifty kilowatts of electrical power.
Pretty poor people and excel to how we have to try this thing out when it comes on the market Aaron thank you very much.
And a very much appreciate it and -- do with this and and -- the company.
True about electric and down nets into the pretty cool device you trying to -- -- -- around him think you can my -- always triumph charged -- knowing welcome and you forget to return to thing -- -- and that's you know cut 1000 things from them too much going on too much.
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