TESTEC: Cost effective and self-sustainable triboelectric energy case for powering of smart electronic devices

The Triboelectric Stepping and Tapping Energy Case (TESTEC) is a sustainable, simple and smart, triboelectricity based, self-charging technology that acts as a power source for smart electronic devices. It harvests mechanical energy from finger tapping (e.g., screen typing) and stepping motions (e.g., legs’ movement), transforming it into electrical energy. Venkatesh Ramaning venkatesh.ramaning@utrgv.edu 9566653205

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