You know how your mother always told you not to stare into the Sun? Well, the same guidance holds true with this small flashlight that can blast out a whopping 3500 lumens of brightness.
The NiteCore TM26 “Tiny Monster” Flashlight uses four superbright CREE XM-L U2 LEDs to light up the darkest of nights.
Looking for a bright flashlight? Well if you find yourself somewhere that you need to light up a very dark or very large space, check out this awesome marvel of modern engineering, the 4Sevens XM18 flashlight.
Wicked Lasers produces some of the most powerful laser pointers on the market today. The laser company was even in trouble for making a laser pointer that looked too much like a lightsaber a while back.
Another cool new technology just surfaced during CES week. Casio has just announced a new slimline projector that does away with those nasty mercury based light bulbs and replaces them with a combination of LED, laser and fluorescent illumination.
And unlike those LED mini projectors, this is a serious projector, pumping out a whopping peak brightness of 3000 lumens!
The guys over at Warnlaser were kind enough to send me a couple of their battery-powered laser pointers to play with and I wanted to let you guys know – lasers are fun!
Now these aren’t those cheesy red laser pointers you get at the drug store these days.
Wokka, wokka, wokka. Check out these bright Pac-Man neon lights.
Sure, they don’t look exactly the same as the original Inky, Blinky, Pinky, Clyde and Pac-Man, but they’re close enough to pass for their video game doppelgangers from a distance.
With a whopping 128 bright LEDs on each digit, there’s no chance that you’ll miss the time on this clock.
Sporting a total of 768 individually addressable amber LEDs, each one of the numbers slides into and out of view as the hours, minutes and seconds tick away.
How many times have you pulled the flashlight out of your utility drawer only to find out it can barely light up 2 feet in front of your face? This insanely bright flashlight certainly doesn’t have that problem.
As a matter of fact, the Torch flashlight is so intense that it generates sufficient heat to fry an egg before you can say “Egg McMuffin” ten times fast.
Here’s something that’s sure to draw crowds the next time you feel the need to draw attention to yourself. This dizzying show of colored light is produced by a rapidly spinning Hula Hoop, packed with LED lighting.
Handcrafted by Etsy contributor Schablien, the LED Hula Hoop works its magic with 18 super-bright LEDs embedded into the hoop.
I’ve been on the hunt for some decent illumination for my work area, but haven’t really been impressed with the desk lamps I’ve come across in my travels. That is, until now. This beautiful lighting fixture combines good looks, modern technology and is energy efficient.
Alliance Optotek’s Aqualia lamp uses a dozen bright LEDs to provide ample lighting for any work area.
Lightroenergy is an amazing new source of illumination which can produce a bright glow for up to a dozen years without any electricity or exposure to sunlight.
Litrospheres are tiny self-luminous particles which can be injection molded or embedded into paints.
Designed by Japan’s M+K Design, these slick lamps use modern lighting technology to offer a cool, otherworldly glow. To me, they look like something taken right off the set of Blade Runner or Minority Report.
Designers Maiko Watanabe and Koichi Tanaka’s Sweet Icicle Lamps encase a bright cold cathode tube in a block of crystal clear acrylic to add drama to any room.
The slick black case and bright, easy-to-read displays on these Slan LED watches really caught my eye.
There’s just something so refreshing about a digital watch that’s just clean and simple, unencumbered by extraneous information or newfangled display paradigms.
A while back Philips showed off these gorgeous color-changing LED lighting fixtures as part of a media event. However, up until now, there was no information on how and when we mere mortals could get our hands on these cool device (unless we lived in the Netherlands.)
According Le Journal du Geek, the Philps LivingColors lights will be released in Europe by the end of this summer for a price of € 149 (which works out to about $200 US.)
These funky looking watches from o.d.m. design feature a jumbo electroluminescent display that wraps around the curvature of the watch band.
The watches come in three dramatic polycarbonate finishes: translucent pink, amber or white, and make a very dramatic statement with their high contrast pSEL displays.