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Wireless Power Transfer
The concept of transferring energy without wires has always been a desire of mankind.
Numerous experiments have been conducted in this field, with Nikola Tesla’s experiments being among the most famous.
Thanks to these research efforts, we can now wirelessly charge our mobile phones and other devices.
For those who wish to continue experimenting, there are various kits available in the Maker market.
Adrirobot has analyzed one of these kits in detail on its blog, explaining how it works.