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As Gizmag notes, the eTree harks to the Green Sun Rising Solar Benches that offer shade and device charging, as well as Wi-Fi Cows that populated the Glastonbury Festival in England last year. Along with being a “public space facility,” Sologic sees the eTree partly as a social-environmental enterprise and as an ecological sculpture aimed at promoting environmental awareness and sustainability – while bridging the gab between the community and its environment.

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The eTree powers devices via USB charging points, while offering free Wi-Fi for the area surrounding it – and even providing some illumination during the night. The branches of the ‘tree’ that provide solar power also double as shade from the sun for those who stop to rest and recharge.

Via Gizmag

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