Electronic Crafts and The Portable Power Cart

John Reeve | March 7th, 2008 | ,

Portable Power Cart
If you like to tinker — as most of us web developers like to do — check out this collection of electronic craft projects.

Our favorite is the Power Cart; a combination of solar power and crank power assembled into a box on strapped onto a dolly. The idea is to provide a portable power source to battery-drained street walkers.

One Response to “Electronic Crafts and The Portable Power Cart”

  1. Creativity|Productivity says:

    I think I like the idea of the Pillow Music better. Nice soothing music to lull me to sleep.

    PotentMind.com

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