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Insight Lightbulb Looks Like Brains, Perfect for Green Zombies

by Shane McGlaun
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I think we all know today that the CCFL light bulb is a greener alternative to the normal light bulb. The fluorescent bulbs have some bad things about them though. The look weird, they have weird light color, and they are more expensive than incandescent bulbs. A new concept bulb from slovyovdesign has taken care of the weird looking problem, assuming you like brains.

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The bulb has custom tubes that hold the fluorescent gasses that are bent to look like the crevices of your brain. This is the perfect bulb for green zombies, don’t you think? This cool bulb would be at home in the science lab or in a room where the fixture is exposed.

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It looks really cool when it’s lit up. I am not sure if these are renderings or the real thing, I suspect renderings. The light looks yellow for a fluorescent. I like these things and might actually buy one, assuming it is something that can even be made.

insight_brain_lightbulb_3[via DesignBoom]

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