Wirelessly Charge Your Electric Car

An electric car developed by the British company HaloIPT can charge wirelessly by parking on a specific pad that "communicates" with the car and picks up charge. Re-charging most electric cars requires a bulky cable to plug into a specially-designed socket. This video shows the pad in action and explains the thought process behind its development.

An electric car developed by the British company HaloIPT can charge wirelessly by parking on a specific pad that "communicates" with the car and picks up charge. Re-charging most electric cars requires a bulky cable to plug into a specially-designed socket. This video shows the pad in action and explains the thought process behind its development.

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