We manage to make it. Light up a LED without any wire connecting to the power source.
This project for wireless power transfer is very interesting.<br> I&nbsp;recommend&nbsp;you to see this another project based on&nbsp;<a href="http://www.geniusdevils.com/2013/02/wireless-power-transfer-project.html" rel="nofollow">Wireless Power Transfer</a>
<p>it's only a picture</p>
From the about page: <br><br><i>&quot;Instructables is a web-based documentation platform where passionate people share what they do and <b>how they do it</b>&quot;<i><br><br><br><br>...so where is the how?</i></i>
this is a slideshow contest entry
Gotcha, but even if it's a slideshow it is supposed to show stages of development in order to visually show how it was done. <br>This is just a photo.
All entries still follow the Instructables guidelines and basic set of rules/instructions.
Why the hell do half of these wireless energy transfer Instructables, videos, guides etc show the result but how to build it is nowhere in sight? Don't post if you can't even follow the basis of the entire site...sharing.
Hi.. I like your idea ..I just wanna know more about it <br> <br>Can you give me more details
Can I know how far is the coil separated? Do you mind to share the circuits and information on your work? Thank you.
So, you built a transformer?

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