Although the Dandelion wearable windmill would seem like a cumbersome contraption to actually don -- I have to admit that I kind of like it. Whimsical and somehow classy, it is not only beautiful, it is also environmentally-friendly.
Designed by Mary Huang and Jennifer Kay, the Dandelion wearable windmill is fashioned from 99% of recycled materials. Creating it's own energy by simply walking with it on or standing amidst gusty winds, you can harness the energy to power portable devices.
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The Dandelion Wearable Windmill by Mary Huang and Jennifer Kay
- By: Meghan YoungMar 8, 2010