Pedestrian Power

30Jun10

Over the last few years several innovations have suggested light may be generated for buildings or streets through man-made power. The child’s see-saw designed to power schools in Africa, or the street lighting (mostly ambient or art installations) readily come to mind.

But another use for pedestrian power, where human movement is used to generate electricity, is illustrated more colourfully in the Toulouse nightclub shown below.

Read the story about the Sustainable Dance Club: HERE

Photo: Robin Utrecht

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