Caleb Charland shows the power of fruit
Extraordinary battery assembled from fruit, wires, nails and an LED light.
Photographer Caleb Charland is quite famous for his projects and experiments with light and shades. This time, he captured my attention with his new photography-project in which he uses coins and fruits to power up lights. With help of orange wedges, copper wires, galvanised nails and an LED light, Caleb managed to create real functional battery. The secret is in citric acid. The nails react with the acid and copper wires direct the generated power through the light. However, there isn’t much battery juice in orange – Caleb keeps the camera’s shutter open for more then 10 hours to make this photos.
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