Photo credit: Yeg Design Studio via Yanko Design
How about a desk that not only has room for a multi-monitor computer setup, but uses all the leftovers you throw away to power it? Meet the “Clock” desk by Yeg Design Studio. Think of it as a hybrid workstation converts food waste into energy to power itself wirelessly, but can also offer wall outlets in case you happen to be on a diet or vacation. Read more for additional pictures.
There are various new and emerging technologies that are able to produce energy from waste and other fuels without direct combustion. Several of them have the potential to produce more electric power from the same amount of fuel than would be possible by direct combustion. A few of the non-thermal technologies include anaerobic digestion (biogas rich in methane) and fermentation production (ethanol, lactic acid, hydrogen). Though no specific method was mentioned for this desk, we’d imagine that either of the two mentioned here would suit it, as both would be safe for home use.
- Your purchase includes: Large (35.4") desktop designed for dual-monitors, 1 removable (non-retractable) keyboard tray, built-in tablet/smartphone display slot
- Weight capacity: 33 lbs (evenly distributed). Item's weight: 52.3 lbs
- Quick & quiet vertical lift - Pneumatic height adjustment from 6.2" to 19.1" high, lets the desk move as quickly as you do. Designed to save desk space by adjusting vertically inside its own footprint.
- ANSI/BIFMA X5. 5 COMPLIANT - Engineered for ergonomic comfort and safety to meet BIFMA standards.
- Made of heavy-duty Steel Frame, medium density fiberboard with Vinyl Finish