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    Wave Garden, Yusuke Obuchi

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    Experiments in Motion WAVE GARDEN by YUSUKE OBUCHI The Wave Garden is an electric power plant that derives energy from the movement of ocean waves. Its piezo-electro membrane is a flexible electric generator, where bending the material or applying stress creates an electric charge. Conversely, applying electric current to the membranes causes it to deform.

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