GO! Multifunctional Furniture Harvests Renewable Energy

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Eco Factor: Renewable energy-harvesting furniture.

The brainchild of Indonesian industrial designer Rizki Tarisa, the GO! is a lounge, a workstation and an exercise bike that also generates renewable electricity to power your gadgets, when you pedal the bike to burn all extra fat on your body. The multifunctional furniture has also been made from sustainable materials such as recycled and biodegradable plastics.

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The GO! generates electricity using a technology similar to wind-power technology and kinetic energy powered lamps. The table is designed for the use of a laptop and other gadgets, while the chair has been designed as a comfortable and ergonomic lounge chair. Users can also browse the internet and listen to music while lounging in utmost comfort.

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