Technology isn’t always on the same page with sustainability. Still when green innovation transforms the trajectory, even we find ourselves inclining towards the novelty. Such is the LawnPC, which visions to transform computing in the near future. The concept PC from David Veldkamp is powered by the solar cells attached to the grass like lawn on the PC, made from natural cotton fabric these blades transfer the generated 60 watts of energy down to the plug-in button at the bottom each blade. The concept requires no cooling fans, just put it where natural light and air are readily available and then leave rest on this wirelessly functional device that’ll give you the cleanest computing all the time.
The system uses biodegradable solar panels, which ensure the safety of the planet and some cool computing for all eco-minded geeks out there. This power generating lawn is removable which enables the user to use the lawn to power not just the computer, but any other home appliance with similar power requirements. The onboard power generating system also gives valuable wireless capabilities to this futuristic system.
Renewable energy is the need of the hour and the form in which it has been used here is simply stunning. 60 Watts of solar energy per hour gets a thumb up from our side. Geeks like us on that side wouldn’t be satisfied with the concept we know, but then guys, just give Designer David Veldkamp the breather to have initiated in making something with a likely future.