If we’re not mistaken, this is kind of how windmills work. This mask goes on the user’s face and they simply breathe as they normally would. The tiny little fans inside the mask spin as the air hits them. This creates energy somehow, and charges their mobile device.
Like the guy in the picture above, you can take a nap as you charge your iPhone without having to plug it into the wall, keeping your utility bill down. As long as you continue to breathe, this little thing will charge your iOS device. Of course it’s still a concept, but it’s still interesting enough to get our attention. Would we wear it? Doubtful.
Here’s a portion of the original description:
AIRE can be used in any situation, indoors or outdoors. It can be used while you sleep, walk, run, or read a book, for example. Besides saving energy (and contributing to environmental preservation), it also encourages the practice of physical exercise. Its energy is available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
There you have it–always available.