An exciting new project, BioSisteMex, has been announced on Kickstarter. Inspired by the idea of charging cell phones wirelessly and remotely, BioSisteMex is a charger and transmission system that addresses common problems with traditional induction charging. Capable of transmitting electricity at a distance, BioSisteMex incorporates technologies inspired by Nikola Tesla, who long ago manufactured a coil to transmit energy afar, to create a wireless charging system that uses electromagnetic waves of vibration from variable frequencies.
Early prototypes of this technology have proved effective at charging up to six devices at the same time at interval distances without losing efficiency. Improved designs and circuits make this solution viable for charging anywhere, but support to fund optimization for the public is needed to extend charging range and speed. New and expanded transmissions systems are needed, including expanded infrastructure.
There are two different possible devices in development, each with the same range but with different possibilities in terms of aesthetics, placement, energy input, price, adaptability, and size. They include a device with solar panels, placed on a Hexagonal structure, with an internal battery, and a wall device that is simple and economical, and features the function to transmit once it is connected to an outlet.
The best technology to charge all household devices wirelessly with optimal performance is on the horizon. Support BioSisteMex for a limited time on Kickstarter here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/samahelymartin1995/biosistemex-cargim
Funds raised from this crowdfunding campaign will be used to support the BioSisteMex, including associated production and distribution costs, ahead of a scheduled release in February 2020. Starting today, pledge MX $50 to get project updates, MX $100 to share contributing ideas, or MX $500 to get a live look at the final product. Visit the Kickstarter campaign page today for more information.
BioSisteMex a wireless charger that uses electromagnetic waves of vibration from variable frequencies.