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Nomad Light Molecules: Smash Some Atoms Together

by Paul Strauss
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Here’s an innovative way to shed some light on your drab old living quarters.

nomad light molecules maarten deceulaer led lamp orb

Product designer Maarten DeCeulaer’s Nomad Light Molecules can be interconnected to create completely new organic shapes on demand.

nomad light molecules maarten deceulaer led lamp orb

Each individual sphere of light can operate independently for up to 4 hours on a single charge.

nomad light molecules maarten deceulaer led lamp orb

But as each light fades from white to red, it means that it’s hungry for a recharge. To juice it back up, simply connect the separated orb back to its central molecular mothership, and it’ll light up and start charging again.

At this point Maarten says the Nomad is still “under development”, which means it could be a while before you can buy one of these for yourself. In the mean time, I suppose you could tape a bunch of LED juggling balls together for a similar effect.

[via pan-dan]




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