It’s certainly in the works. Currently, we aren’t able to generate a whole lot of power with our body heat–like to power a cell phone, or something like that. However, researchers are looking to harness body heat to power small biomedical monitoring equipment or sensors. Also, thermoelectric generators are in development, which draw electrical energy from differences in temperature. Other devices are also being developed, that can harness power from our natural bodily functions; including bloodflow, breathing, etc.
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