Brooklyn resident Andrew Schneider calls this creation of his an iKini.
Eric Jacqmain, a teenager from Indiana, built this solar death ray using $90 of materials, including an old 42" diameter satellite dish, 5800 mirrors, and the cojones (recklessness.
You know, every now and then I'm able to disconnect from my busy daily schedule and pretend that, for a brief moment, I'm an elite fashion reporter, sent here to earth to cover all things faaaabulous.
Here's one for all you hippies and nerds trying to win the Solar Car challenge; Boeing has just announced that it'll be putting out a super-efficient solar cell with an average conversion rate of 39%.
To your right is the beach bum of power collection devices.
Before you ask, no, we will never, ever, ever get tired of this image.
We all know that solar cells generate electricity by absorbing the sun's light.
The Chin Hua solar window debuted at the International Optoelectronics Week in Taipei, China.