If someone tells you that the humidity of the air can be used to charge your smartphone or iPad, so it's hard to believe. But may do so in the future.
Ripeling scientists say that high-level drops falling on a surface that can be used to create electricity. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) scientists say that this power can be used to charge electronic devices.
Last year, researchers discovered that when Suprhaidrofobik drops of water bouncing off the surface electric charge is generated in the process.
In this process through the clear waters to charge electronic devices can also be removed.