FlameStower charges your gadgets just with any open flame source
Energy conservation is the name of the game these days and going by the same theme it is a good idea to capture heat from any open flame source such as a campfire or cook stoves and converting it into electricity. FlameStower is this very idea for an innovative product up on the Indiegogo platform which provides electricity to power up your gadgets in places where shortage of power is there for example while on an expedition far away from civilization. The product design is through the initial prototype stage and tests have shown that FlameStower can easily charge your cell phone and other gadgets with the inbuilt thermal management system for faster warm-up time and long charge duration.
The device created by Andrew Byrnes, Adam Kell, Mark Duarte and Matt Clausen is no bigger than a standard camera so it is very easy to carry around especially for outdoor adventures. The simple circuitry in this device changes low variable voltage to 5V in a USB port and has flexibility in heat source allowing it to work with any kind of open flame source which is a great advantage.