Friday, September 12, 2008
Water... what for is it? Ok, let's count it. We use it for drink, cooking, watering your plant, wash your car, take a bath, and many thing that we usually do in our daily life...
What about this one. To generating electrical energy to a lovely digital clock! Hahaha, what another unthinkable thought ! How it works? Here it goes...the water clock will start displaying the time and date in clear easy to read numbers just moments after you fill the liquid reservoirs in the back of the clock with every liquid of your choice. A syrup, a mineral water, raindrops, name it you got it! :)
It works like that because as we know the internal converter in the clock simply extracts electrons from liquid molecules and provides a steady stream of electrical current used as a fuel to move the clock. And talk about the size it's not big, the dimension only 6" x 4" x 2 1/2"...not a space eater. So after the solar energy this time is the water energy time. What a fresh innovations!