Scientists Developed A Technology That Will Make Wireless Charging Seamless

Scientists Developed A Technology That Will Make Wireless Charging Seamless

Scientists have developed a new technology that will allow electronic devices to be charged from the other end of a room. The technology is called anti laser. In the last few years, the charging technologies of our smartphones and other electronic devices have been improved. Among these technologies, two of them stand out the most; wireless charging and fast charging. Wireless charging was known to be practical but slow, but this is slowly being left behind.

On the other hand, for wireless chargers to work effectively, the charging pad and the device had to be very close to each other. A new technology called anti laser, developed by scientists makes it possible to perform the charging process remotely. The new device developed by scientists allegedly can send energy from one point to another in a room with perfect accuracy. This invisible wave of energy offers the ability to charge a smartphone or laptop without even plugging it in. The way this technology works is the opposite of the way lasers work. Normally, lasers send photons one after the other, while the anti laser absorbs the photons instead of emitting them.

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Scientists Developed A Technology That Will Make Wireless Charging Seamless
Scientists Developed A Technology That Will Make Wireless Charging Seamless

Scientists have succeeded in sending 99.996% of energy from the source to the target without any surfaced issues. This success rate did not decrease even when the devices were moved around or foreign object blocking the line of sight. This method is briefly called CPA (Coherent Perfect Absorption). Basically, in this method, energy sent from one machine is stored in another. Another problem arises at this point. Time recycling symmetry is required for technology to work. This means it can only be used in systems that don’t have a lot of entropy.

Thanks to the method developed by the researchers, photons are transferred very quickly using magnetic fields. Therefore, time recycling symmetry is lost. Consequently, an upper limit has emerged in the use of technology. Nevertheless, remote energy transmission will be a reality in the future.