HOLO 2.0 future wearable computer uses kinetic energy to get charged

May 10, 2010 / No Comments

The overwhelming urge to break the physical barriers when it comes to accessing information whenever and wherever they may be has led to development of path-breaking technologies. HOLO 2.0 is a wearable next generation computer that helps us in doing just that stylishly with ease and comfort while taking care of the green quotient as well.holooo11 HOLO 2.0 future wearable computer uses kinetic energy to get charged

Design functionality is the most novel aspect of HOLO 2.0 wearable computer. This flexibly devised, portable gadget has minimal dimensions with a length of 140mm, width 20mm, minimum thickness 2.5mm, and maximum thickness of 10mm. Never bother charging. HOLO 2.0’s batteries use kinetic energy of your hands movements to get charged.  The interactive holographic display facilitates interaction between the user and device while on the move. The multi-functional gadget transforms into a desktop at home by emitting a larger holographic display once its’ connected to a docking station. Undoubtedly, HOLO 2.0 is a project designed to be the next computer replacement for the future.

Via: Tuvie