Solar powered Heating Lounger chairs sport temperature-indicating LEDs
Outdoor lounge chairs used for sunbathing are known to spend longer hours in sunlight and are built to bear the harshness of nature. Designers at the Nea Studio have now come up with an innovative way to turn these pieces of outdoor furniture into energy-generating devices. Called the Heating Lounger, these lounge chairs placed on the Riverdale waterfront in Bronx are made from recycled materials and use photovoltaic panels at the back of the seats that soak in the sun. The energy generated can then be used to supply small doses of electricity to passersby in need of juice for their devices. And that’s not all. The Heating Lounger also sports temperature indicating LED lights which work as an aesthetic treat unlike any other.