We've brought you rumblings about the development of wireless electricity systems, and WiTricity Corp CEO Eric Giler says his version of the cord-free power technology will be in production as soon as 18 months from now.
In this video interview with BBC, Eric Giler discusses WiTricity Corp's development of wireless power. It's essentially based on magnetic induction, a concept that is as thrilling as it is frightening. As Engadget readers point out in the article below, what about users with pacemakers? And the human body uses electromagnetic pulses between brain and muscles--will these be affected by WiTricity?
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