While the days of using batteries distinguished by letters from AAA to D are quickly moving behind us, tech designers Pyeong Joo Goh, Jong Seung Choi and Ji Soo Hong have come up with a creation aimed at easing the pain of those still heavily reliant on the alphabetized batteries.
It’s called the AtoD Rechargeable Battery, with the concept being that by making the battery casing out of memory foam, it will be able to be squeezed into any device regardless of the size of battery the particular device calls for. The AtoD Battery design contains 1.5 Volts of Nickel Hydroxide power, and as the name indicates is rechargeable once the moldable battery runs out of charge.
So, will it work? While it’s an interesting, creative concept; it’s a bit hard to envision a day when the AtoD Rechargeable Battery becomes a realistic alternative for batteries from A to D. Even if the battery fits into any device physically, the power capacity may not be sufficient when it comes to powering larger devices. Stranger things have happened though, so seeing the AtoD Rechargeable Battery concept come to fruition as a viable energy source isn’t totally out of the question.