Corian With Wireless Charging
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Pamela Harris wrote:
How does the wireless charging work - How does the wireless charging work
MCL Design wrote:
Who is the mfr. of the wall lights for the backsplash?

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Mike Elgan added this to Coming Soon: Furniture That Charges Your Phone
Companies are making new progress toward that goal, and wireless charging tables are showing up in public places. A few Starbucks outlets in Silicon Valley have started integrating wireless charging stations into the tables. McDonald’s is also testing the use of wireless charging in Europe. General Motors, Toyota and Chrysler are planning to offer wireless charging to some 2014 model cars. Multipurpose devices such as lamps and clock radios can do double duty as charging stations too. And a few baby steps toward commercially available home tables and countertops that charge gadgets are in the works. DuPont, for example, plans to embed wireless charging technology into its Corian synthetic granite countertops; gadgets can be charged by simply placing them on the surface. This feature highlights the electromagnetic permeability of Corian, which actual granite doesn’t have. DuPont imagines a world in which kitchen counters, dining room tables, bathroom sink countertops, bedside tables and coffee tables come with an option for wireless charging.

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A== added this to booker creek office/guest room space
M: Very cool concept. SOmething to consider in the future for sure
Ariane Brainin added this to arianenyc's Ideas
Corian counter. Lit up backsplash.
tmgundersen added this to Kitchen remodel
coffee bar sink with normal height cabinets

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