Have you ever wondered what if your computer could be powered by water? We are not talking about liquid cooling system, but also the data processing which cab be done through tiny drops of water. This is the latest technology developed by researchers at Aalto University, in the United States. The researchers have developed a technology that can make the water represent the 0 and 1 logic (fundamental of binary language) of informatics. The logic is called Superhydrophobic droplet logic. The trick is to use a surface that repels water, leaning every time when a small drop of water strikes. Thus, scientists calibrated the equipment so that each time the card is geared to a specific destination and track your position.
Registering the position, it is possible to create a mechanism similar to the reading of 0 and 1 Bits on a computer, making the elementary operations technically feasible only with a mechanism such as water-based power generator. The project is still in the initial studies, but shown very promising results as per source.