Say I wanted to hook a manual treadmill up to a lightbulb or even a little more adventurous a TV, would it be possible to power it? also is it easily financed and available to the average person? On another tangent, how would you go about storing the kinetic energy, perhaps into a battery or some other storing unit.
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Cheers for the education :) recommend any particular brand that is on the market for a reasonable amount?
Awesome practical physics lesson! Glad you took the time to explain it all!
I'm wondering how Seko's kinetic watches work. The movement of the watch keeps the clock going. And how this same theory could be applied to say a cell phone battery.