Ampy costs $85 and will start shipping next June. There is also an accompanying app that tracks the calories you've burned and the power generated while using Ampy. With 28 days left to raise funds on Kickstarter, the charger has brought in pledges of $117,160, which is well over the $100,000 target that the company was aiming for.
Ampy also offers an accessories kit that includes an arm band, a sleeve and a clip that will keep it in place while you exercise. And the company has hopes that the technology could become integrated into smartwatches, fitness trackers and other devices. In case you are wondering, the battery inside Ampy is a 1000mAh cell.
You can learn more information about the kinetic motion charger, by clicking on the slideshow below.
Ampy charges your phone using kinetic energy
source: Kickstarter via RedmondPie