Solar-Powered Household Device – Potentially Genius™ | Digi-Key Electronics

Solar-Powered Household Device – Potentially Genius™ | Digi-Key Electronics

Tomorrow Lab is a New York City-based invention studio that has developed and launched new physical technology products for clients like Google, P&G, Lyft, CitiBike, NatGeo, and Hasbro. Being a busy studio, they rarely get to work on their own—or their friend’s—potentially genius ideas. That’s about to change!

In each episode, we watch as the Tomorrow Lab team sprint to make a potentially genius idea into a genius—or potentially genius—thing. Watch the team race against the clock to generate sketches, schematics, and prototypes while leveraging Digi-Key’s massive electronic component selection to inspire and help prototype!

In this episode of the series, they work with Krystal Persaud, founder of Grouphug Solar, on a new solar-powered household device.

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4 Comments

  1. Nicholas Heidl on May 12, 2022 at 8:13 pm

    Lol, ideation… what a rediculous word!

  2. General Li Shin on May 12, 2022 at 8:26 pm

    this is so pointless

  3. Dustin D on May 12, 2022 at 8:28 pm

    Design a garden watcher, to scare off the squirrels before they steal fruits, or the rabbits before they steal the leaves.

  4. Chris Knorr on May 12, 2022 at 9:07 pm

    My thought is that instead of assuming everyone wants their blinds closed when it’s sunny, why not have the solar panel also wirelessly charge a little remote that attaches to it and can control whether they are open or not.

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