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This may have been suggested before, but if not it’s a great idea that’s been sitting on our noses all this time.
Designer Sayalee Kaluskar has turned a pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses into an iPhone charging device by adding solar panels to them.
The Ray-Ban Shama Shades are part of a student project at Miami Ad School–San Francisco.
The shades have a small solar panel on each arm, and that’s apparently enough to charge an iPhone 5 when the sun goes down.
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