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TEDActive Attendees Power Cardboard City with Foot Power

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Published on Mar 4, 2012

TEDActive attendees took turns jumping up and down on a Pavegen tile to generate electricity to power LED lights in a miniature cardboard city designed by Kiel Johnson. Pavegen tiles, invented by Laurence Kemball-Cook, convert footsteps into electricity. The miniature cardboard city symbolizes the 2012 TEDPrize, The City 2.0.

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