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Tag: Lamp

Lounge Light Projector: for a Splash of Color Anywhere

Lounge Light Projector: for a Splash of Color Anywhere
In my recent quest for unique lighting fixtures, I came across this minimal LED light source out of Germany. The tiny fixture has a bright color-changing LED projector at the end of a flexible gooseneck. The light head clips onto a special 4.5-volt battery base that can provide up to 150 hours of illumination.

Projector Paints the Aurora Borealis on Your Walls

Projector Paints the Aurora Borealis on Your Walls
Now you can bring the famous Northern Lights inside your house with this nifty light projector from Japan. The Genso Kukan Aurora simulates the beautiful atmospheric phenomena known as the Aurora Borealis and projects the images on your wall or ceiling.
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Lcos Displays Get LED Light Source

Lcos Displays Get LED Light Source
While LCD and DLP sets continue to move towards LEDs as their light source, high quality Liquid Crystal on Silicon LCOS (a.k.a. Sony’s SXRD and JVC’s HD-ILA) displays have so far been left out in the cold.

Meet the Moppels: Flexible LED Desk Lamps

Meet the Moppels: Flexible LED Desk Lamps
Moppels are cute little desk lamps, powered by long lasting LED lamp technology. Each lamp provides over 100,000 hours of life, and never needs replacing. Moppel lights come in a variety of fun designs including dinosaurs, snakes, people and other shapes.

The Bowling Pin Lamp

The Bowling Pin Lamp
Industrial designer Josh Owen has created this simple lighting fixture that’s cast in the shape of a bowling pin. The cool part is that it’s got a tilt sensor inside of it that turns off when the lamp is knocked over, and turns back on when stood upright.

Water + Electricity = Light?

Water + Electricity = Light?
Somehow the idea of placing electrodes into a water-filled orb to seems like a bad idea. However, artist Scott J. Franklin has designed a series of glass lighting fixtures that do just that. The WET Lamp from NON Design is a glass orb with a 10-watt xenon light bulb in the center, then filled with water.
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