Reon Pocket Wearable Air Conditioner

Reon Pocket Wearable Air Conditioner
Sony’s Reon Pocket wearable air conditioner invention slips into the back of a t-shirt to keep the wearer cool and comfortable.

The Reon Pocket relies on the Peltier effect, which causes heat to either be absorbed or emitted in response to an electrical current. The sleek little device fits in a pocket at the base of the neck of a specialized shirt, where it can be controlled by a smartphone app to help lower the body’s temperature by up to 24°F or raise it by as much as 8°F. A single two-hour charge will offer 24 hours of use, and everyday clothing can be worn over the shirt (the Reon Pocket was initially designed with business suits in mind).

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I worked on a primitive version of this a few years ago, what is most interesting about that exercise was the different uses I can up with, industry, profession etc..
Posted by Adam Hudgins on August 7, 2019
Amazing Solution, i am working car AC (dc only) i would like to connect with others who have different applications.
Posted by Raffi Alidina on August 7, 2019

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