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Make your boat a giant solar panel, with Paint!

This may be the future of solar

...inexpensive spray-on solar cells that can be applied to almost any surface...

This can be sprayed onto a range of surfaces at room temperature using an airbrush

Charge your phone with a beach towel - tech - 01 October 2010 - New Scientist
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That is some seriously cool tech.
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This may be the future of solar

...inexpensive spray-on solar cells that can be applied to almost any surface...

This can be sprayed onto a range of surfaces at room temperature using an airbrush

Charge your phone with a beach towel - tech - 01 October 2010 - New Scientist
Hehehehe... Right on! Now if they only hda spray on paint to make a grill...
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