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Korean engineers came up with a way to replace batteries in children’s toys. Innovation was invented at the National University of Cheju, in the department of mechatronics.
Korean engineers found a replacement for batteries in children’s toys. They built triboelectric nanogenerators, which produce current through friction.
The invention was built into two types of toys – rubber ducks and ratchets. In order for the toy to catch fire, you just need to press it. It is noted that such toys can be in demand.
In order that triboelectric nanogenerators can indeed be used in more sophisticated electronic devices, scientists need to achieve an increase in their power.
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Author: Kristina Oleneva