German researchers design fake Ray Bans capable of creating enough energy to charge low-power objects, although in the future they could also be used for mobile devices.
The mobile phone and high quality fake Ray Bans will become essential this summer for any traveler who decides to spend their vacations in one of the hottest places on the planet. These objects could become an inseparable couple in the not too distant future if the innovative solar glasses created by a group of researchers from the Institute of Technology of Karlsruhe get a place in the competitive technological market.
The replica Ray Bans UK in question take advantage of the radiation from the sun to create solar energy that could soon be used to recharge the batteries of mobile devices such as tablets or smartphones. This would undoubtedly be a great step forward in how beneficial this source of energy is for society, although for now the electric power that the invention is capable of generating would be sufficient only to charge a hearing aid.
In fact, today each of the lenses of cheap Ray Ban sunglasses outlet can transform the heat and sunlight of about 200 microwatts – a cell phone needs an average of 5 watts to charge it -, which are enough to supply the necessary energy for the microprocessor and the two monitors incorporated in the sideburns of the glasses that allows to check the luminous intensity or the ambient temperature. This is possible thanks to the semitransparent solar cells embedded in the crystals, which on the other hand can be adapted in frames that are usually sold in any optics, since they measure 1.6 millimeters thick and weigh a little over 6 grams. This system also opens the way for other scientists who want to develop a similar technology in the field, for example, the windows of a car.
In addition, although the knock off Ray Bans are designed primarily to protect from sunlight and, therefore, to be used abroad, the uses of this article also extend to offices or leisure spaces that are located in the city. inside a building and artificially illuminated.
The Hawkers brand has linked its success to its influence on social networks, although it has also experienced its worst image crisis in this world. Something that happened when Javier Martínez, who introduced himself as a co-founder of the sunglasses brand, was caught parking his Ferrari on two places for the handicapped. He himself confessed the action to the criticism in networks with a photo of the car, when he answered that “The owner is I. And I would not park in disabled people if people were more citizen when opening the door with their cars”.
Another of the controversies of the brand came after the victory of Donald Trump in the US elections. The Mexican account on Twitter of Hawkers decided to make an unfortunate joke that cost him a multitude of criticisms: “Mexicans, put on these glasses so that you do not notice the swollen eyes tomorrow in the construction of the wall”.
Now, the criticism has come for his latest campaign, which is also promoted on Twitter, with what is very visible, and for which they have chosen the footballer Leo Messi as an image. Something they sell with this title: “We designed the new sunglasses collection of the best footballer in history”. An affirmation that, together with the past defraudador of the player, have awakened the critics of the users, although also lit defenses.