The idea is to turn all the clicks, scrolls and movement into enough power to run Corky the mouse
Corky from designer Adele Peters, a finalist is this year's Greener Gadgets Design Competition
Freeing oneself from the shackles of wired PC periphery does come at a cost. In order to power such liberation, users rely on batteries. Even rechargeable ones impede workflow when they run out of juice. Designer Adele Peters proposes capturing the energy from moving, clicking and scrolling and using it to power Corky, a kinetic mouse made from recycled materials.
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