Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Energy-Saving Lights that Blink Broadband Internet

by Allana Bochmann

The city of St. Cloud has invented a light that when it blinks transfers energy that is enough to replance a Wi-Fi system. This light could be the start of desk lamps or ceiling lights that could replace your Wi-Fi. The lights would communicate with your internet's modem by flickering faster that the human eye can see and sending signals to a special modem connected to your computer. This new gadget could soon replace Wi-Fi and be used in many new office lights.

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