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Reveal Window Light Projects Imaginary Shadows onto Your Wall

Reveal Window Light Projects Imaginary Shadows onto Your Wall
Do you spend time working or living inside of a windowless room? Well rather than just sit there in the dark, consider brightening up the place with one of these imaginary window projectors. No, it’s not an imaginary projector, it’s a light that projects imaginary windows. Made by Adam Frank Incorporated, the Reveal lighting system projects an image that looks like the shadows that might be cast by a window and the trees beyond its frame.

Laluna Fiber Optic Lamp Looks Like Glowing Spaghetti

Laluna Fiber Optic Lamp Looks Like Glowing Spaghetti
How’d you like one of these organic glowing orbs hanging from your ceiling? The intricate Laluna chandelier uses brightly lit, intertwined strands of fiber optics to light up your room. Designed by German artist Steffen Bauer for Crescent lighting, the Laluna fiber optic lamp connects to a bright halogen (which changes color with a turning color wheel) or color-changing LED light source which can be mounted in the ceiling or in another room.
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Glofab: Fiber Optic Lights That Don’t Suck

Glofab: Fiber Optic Lights That Don’t Suck
When I think of fiber optic lighting, all that comes to mind are those awful 1970s starburst lamps. So I was so thrilled when I came across these beautiful organic designs which use the same basic lighting technology that begat such ugliness in the first place. Created by Torbj√∂rn Lundell of Sweden’s GloFab, these unusual fixtures radiate an ethereal glow as light courses through their fibrous veins. I like to think of GloFab like an illuminated textile.

See Through Clock Projects the Time

See Through Clock Projects the Time
Here’s another cool clock design from Japan’s I.D.E.A. International. This one lets you project a functional analog clock face onto any wall. The projection clock is housed in a see-through acrylic shell which shows off the unique optics and mechanical components that generate the clock image. The projector works from up to 13-feet away to produce a clock face around 5-feet in diameter.
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