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It took Apple four years to fix the B-station UP master made it: the ultimate sci-fi board

via:快科技     time:2021/10/18 9:02:17     readed:121

Four years ago, Apple released its own wireless charging pad, mdash; and AirPower, which users can charge by placing their phone on a board, but until now, the product has not been available.

B station UP master "teacher good I call and classmate" in order to make up for 4 years of regret, do not want to wait for him to decide to do their own out, and better than Apple.

In the end, it took him two months to make an oversized version of airpower-mdash;


According to He students, the principle of wireless charging plate is very simple, is cm placed wireless coils, the general round wireless charger often only has a coil, slightly crooked can not be charged.

If the phone can be charged anywhere in the "table", then you need to fill 632 wireless coils, too environmentally unfrigent, and simply stack the coils is not possible, because there is interference between the coils, you need a control panel centralized control coil pass can be.

He students think of wireless tracking type of wireless charging pad, put the phone on the desktop, the coil will automatically move to the phone under.He hung a camera on the ceiling to capture the phone's positioning, and the coil automatically ran under the phone, driven by a motor and a wire rod.

To look cooler,He also designed the desktop to be transparent, with a secondary animation when the coil moves, and cool animation when charging the phone.What's more, when one device is full, it automatically runs to charge another.

Inside the table, a Mac mini is also integrated that can be connected directly to the monitor and key rat for use by the computer.

苹果耗时4年都没搞定 B站UP主做出来了:超大终极版AirPower

苹果耗时4年都没搞定 B站UP主做出来了:超大终极版AirPower

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