Scientists have made a solar charger for a smartphone out of fabric
Engineers at Nottingham Trent University have unveiled a fabric that can charge smartphones and smartwatches. These elements are protected from water by resin. Electricity is generated from sunlight. Tests have shown that the material can generate between 335.3 and 394 MW of electricity, depending on the light level. The production is no different from ordinary fabric. It can be wrinkled, washed with other things at 40°C. No poisoning or harm to human skin. The scientists noted that clothing made from such a fabric would have special ports for charging devices. In simple words, you can always recharge your smartphone from a case if you take a wire with you.