What you see above isn't something from a science fiction film, just an MIT SOFT Rocker. Created by Sheila Kennedy, an architecture professor at MIT, the goal of this invention is to make solar panel fitted installations look as aesthetic as possible. There's an integrated 35 watt solar tracking system combined with an interactive 1.5 axis that allow the 12 amp battery to harvest and store electricity when the sun is up. Users can simply plug their USB chargers into the electrical outlets installed in the rocker to charge their gadgets at any time of the day. Continue reading for more.