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This wireless charger is based on sunflowers, giving wireless
charging a new form to adapt to the new generation of life.
The sunflower grows in the sun, absorbs the sunlight, and the
melon seeds that grow after the flowering result can provide
us with energy as food. The designer associates this process
with wireless charging: the solar panels on the M (mother) end
of the charger absorb the light energy and convert it into electrical
energy, which is then transmitted to the C (child) ends via electro-
magnetic induction, and the C ends are passed through USB
and others. The transfer interface charges a variety of applianc-
Xiamen City, Fujian Province, China