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+ - Fun-powered SOcket ball provides 3 hours of light from a 30 minute soccer game

An dochasac writes: From the why-didn't-I-think-of-that department: Harvard students Hemali Thakker, Julia Silverman, Jessica O. Matthews and Jessica Lin received grants from the Clinton Global Initiative University to develop a prototype of a soccer ball that generates electricity to illuminate homes in the developing world. Jessica Matthews and Julia Silverman went on to found a company called Unchartedplay to manufacture this SOccket ball and try to organize sponsorship for the balls to be sent where they are needed the most.
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Fun-powered SOcket ball provides 3 hours of light from a 30 minute soccer game

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