Lammogliaâ€™s AIRE mask, which harnesses the wind power from breathing, â€œcontains tiny wind turbines and the energy created is transferred through a cable to your electronic device,â€ the Mail reports.
â€œI hope to bring the concept into production and reduce the carbon footprint,â€ Lammoglia told the Mail. â€œIt can be used indoors or outdoors, while you’re sleeping, walking, running, or even reading a book.â€
â€œBesides saving energy and helping environmental preservation, it also encourages physical exercise,â€ Lammoglia says.
Unlike solar power, which can be sapped if it encounters too many cloudy days, the AIRE mask can generate power 24/7, he says.
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