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Use of the Human Body as a Hot Spot117:55, 18 August 2011

Use of the Human Body as a Hot Spot

Is well known that most of people use the internet in a daily basis, and is well known that even the telephone companies are spending billions of dollars in order to improve the network infrastructure, we still have problems once and a while when we try to make an emergency cell phone call or when we try to connect to the internet in a snap. I propose to start researching how can we transform the electric energy of our body in order to create a mobile interface able to reconnect the broken links. 

Everybody know that our body's brain is relayed through the five senses using electrical signals which change one form of energy into electrical energy. We have sensory receptor cells because there are different types of physical stimuli to be changed (through a process)  into electrical signals.

Edtech4usa04:36, 19 April 2011