University students turn a flag into a loudspeaker

By Shivali Best, Daily Mail
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By Shivali Best, Daily Mail

Scientists have created a paper-thin, flexible device that can not only generate energy from human motion, but can act as a loudspeaker and microphone. The audio device could eventually lead to a range of consumer products, including a folding loudspeaker, voice-activated security patch, or roll up radio. MORE@DailyMail




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