Ep.27 #3D mapping technologies #Nanotechnology-enabled energy harvesting #The impact of energy harvesting on the future energy industry
World Ch. Schedule : WED 07:30 KST
Date : 2021-04-14
This week on #Hash_Tech, we introduce 3D mapping technologies that provide hands on experience to visitors. First, we introduce a 3D media art exhibition which is held under the theme, “Seoul.” Visitors can enjoy and experience artworks by scanning the bar codes. Also, they can create their own 3D art pieces. They can take pictures and decorate them by scanning the bar codes.
Also, 3D artworks are provided in an outdoor space. A neglected space under the bridge has been refurbished due to the public art project of Seoul City. Considering the characteristics of the stream, various artworks have been created by promoting harmony between light, darkness and water. Also, art pieces that are created by citizens capture the eyes of the visitors. We introduce 3D artworks that have been closely connected with our daily lives.
#hands_on_experience #bar_code #outdoor_exhibition #photo_spot #hologram #fourth_industrial_revolution #BizTechKOREA #ArirangTV
Energy harvesting technologies that have implemented nanotechnologies have garnered a lot of attention as it enables more effective harvesting of energy sources. On this week’s #Lab_Tube, we look into the Nano Energy Science and Engineering Laboratory of Sungkyunkwan University, which is led by professor Kim Sang-woo. The research team has developed a charging technology for implantable medical devices, which can generate triboelectricity with acoustic waves that are harmless to the human body.
The technology was developed for the first time in the global field and it has received a lot of attention. By making use of triboelectricity, which is a type of discarded energy source, and converting mechanical energy into electrical energy, they develop energy harvesting technologies that can charge wearable devices and IoT sensors with wasted energy. We explore the Nano Energy Science and Engineering Laboratory of Sungkyunkwan University, which will provide a healthier and happier life to a lot of people by developing nanotechnology-enabled energy harvesting solutions that can be widely applied to the medical sector.
#Sungkyunkwan_University #Advanced_Materials_Science_and_Engineering #Nano_Energy_Science_and_Engineering_Laboratory #triboelectricity #piezoelectricity #fourth_industrial_revolution #BizTechKOREA #ArirangTV
Energy harvesting, which can generate electric power with wasted energy, has garnered a lot of attention in the global field. And in Korea, along with the launch of its 2050 Carbon Neutral Strategy, there has been a growing interest in carbon reduction. On this week’s #BizTech_Brunch, we talk about the future of the energy industry which will be led by energy harvesting technologies. Domestic researchers have developed piezoelectric materials by using an eggshell and a spider’s web.
Also, they have developed a technology that can produce electricity when cars pass the road. Hanyang University has developed a safety device by implementing energy harvesting technologies. It has been applied to the suit of street cleaners who usually work early in the morning. Moreover, Gyeongsangbuk-do Province has invested in a lot of budget to build an ecosystem for the energy harvesting industry. We report on the rise of energy harvesting technologies which have continuously evolved and changed the environment, economy as well as daily lives.
#energy_harvesting #Green_New_Deal #Carbon_Neutral_Strategy #safety_equipment #LED_suit #fourth_industrial_revolution #BizTechKOREA #ArirangTV