I just returned from a vacation in Japan. At a technology store in Tokyo, I picked up a battery recharger for my Wii. The thing I found interesting is that it works wirelessly. This sounded ridiculous to me, but the instruction manual sufficiently explained how it works:
“The Flux Capacitator on the tip of the antenna receives ‘racuoles’ which are generated from inefficiencies in home appliances. These ‘racuoles’ are then fed through the antenna and into the patented Dephototropic Generator. This uses the energy stored in the ‘racuoles’ to generate electricity. The screen shows how many vacuoles are in the surrounding area. An orange tint means there are sufficient vacuoles to charge the batteries, whereas a white tint means there are insufficient vacuoles.”
*Image scanned from manuel*
I have mine placed in my room, between my computer and TV. When both are running, my Terrichi battery charger has no problem charging the AA batteries. Just wanted you guys to hear about my purchase, especially if you haven’t invested in a battery charger.