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Legend of Zelda Navi LED Lamp Is Asking to Be Thrown

Legend of Zelda Navi LED Lamp Is Asking to Be Thrown
Z-target in the dark with the help of this more or less 1:1 scale Navi lamp by Etsy seller Candace aka AFK for Cosplay. Navi’s wings are made of resin while the LED is battery operated and can light up in seven different colors. As of this writing Candace’s Etsy shop is closed because she’s sick, but it looks like her personal online shop still has some in stock for $30 (USD) each. 

Illumibowl Toilet Bowl Light: Paradise by the Bathroom Light

Illumibowl Toilet Bowl Light: Paradise by the Bathroom Light
Ladies and gentlemen, the future of toilet technology is here! This is the Illumibowl, a motion-activated light that clips onto a toilet rim between the seat and the bowl. It illuminates the bowl with the pre-selected color of your choice when it senses you’ve entered the bathroom.
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Logitech G810 is A Colorful and Clicky Gaming Keyboard

Logitech G810 is A Colorful and Clicky Gaming Keyboard
I love Fallout 4 and I’m mostly too lazy to bother changing my everyday Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard for one of the hordes of gaming keyboards I have. 99% of the time when landing head shots on Supermutants from afar, everything goes swimmingly.

This LED Lamp Is Powered by a Tiny Candle

This LED Lamp Is Powered by a Tiny Candle
We all take electricity for granted. I hate to sound like your parents, but there are parts of the world were they don’t have electricity. The Lumir C is perfect for those folks since it is supposed to work without batteries or any electrical source.

ReveaLED UV LED Flash for Smartphones: Stains, Stains Everywhere

ReveaLED UV LED Flash for Smartphones: Stains, Stains Everywhere
Ultraviolet lamps are cheap and easy to find, but if you want something compact Bite Designs’ ReveaLED could be worth checking out. It looks a lot like LED flash accessories for smartphones, except it emits UV light, and in fact does not even need a smartphone to work. ReveaLED plugs into your phone’s headphone port.

DIY Raspberry Pi LED Matrix Display: PiXels

DIY Raspberry Pi LED Matrix Display: PiXels
Need a cheap display for your Raspberry Pi? Or perhaps you’re building a Times Square for ants? Then check out this guide by Adafruit’s Tony Dicola. The project is based around Adafruit’s RGB Matrix HAT for the Raspberry Pi, which makes it easy to power and output to daisy chained LED matrices.

Valence Saber Lightsaber Replicas: A Bluetooth Weapon for a More Advanced Age

Valence Saber Lightsaber Replicas: A Bluetooth Weapon for a More Advanced Age
Last month we featured Calimacil’s new lightsabers, which have foam blades to keep roleplaying sessions injury-free. But if you need lightsabers for performances or more intense dueling, the Valence Saber might be what you’re looking for. Valence Saber President Cody Freelen has a background in martial arts choreography and fencing.

DIY Overhead PC Control Panel Makes Working Infinitely More Fun

DIY Overhead PC Control Panel Makes Working Infinitely More Fun
Redditor smashcuts made the simple act of opening his browser look cool by building an overhead control panel, which has tons of buttons, flip switches and LEDs. Smashcuts used a ton of wires and several USB controllers for the switches and an Arduino board for the LEDs.

DIY Raspberry Pi Light Painter: DotStar Pi Painter

DIY Raspberry Pi Light Painter: DotStar Pi Painter
Experienced makers looking for a flash of inspiration for their next project should check out the latest guide from Adafruit’s Philip Burgess. He shows us how to make the DotStar Pi, a large light painter made with the Raspberry Pi and Adafruit’s DotStar LED strip. Philip says this light painter has practically no size limit, but he suggests that you stick to a 1m to 1.5m

DIY iPhone 6 & 6 Plus Glowing Apple Logo: White Badge of Voidage

DIY iPhone 6 & 6 Plus Glowing Apple Logo: White Badge of Voidage
David aka The Unlockr came up with a fun way for experienced smartphone tinkerers to show off their skills. He’s selling a DIY kit that adds an LED to the back of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. The LED diverts a bit of power from the iPhone’s screen, so it lights up and turns off together with the screen, just like the Apple logo on MacBooks. No thanks, David!

RGB Keyboard Display Hack: WASDTV

RGB Keyboard Display Hack: WASDTV
Laptops and even desktop computers are getting touchscreens. But Redditor tokyopress’ computer has keyscreens. He made a Processing 2.0 program that turns his Corsair backlit keyboards into crude but cool displays. Tokyopress’ program takes advantage of GitHub user ccMSC’s unofficial OS X and Linux driver for Corsair’s K65, K70 and K95 keyboards.

Homemade LED Flashlight Packs 90,000 Lumens of Retina Searing Light

Homemade LED Flashlight Packs 90,000 Lumens of Retina Searing Light
This oversize flashlight is incredibly bright thanks to its 90,000 lumens of output. For those of you who don’t know how much light that is – it’s more than enough to send Gizmo into rigor mortis.

Lampster is a Bipedal LED Lamp of Awesome

Lampster is a Bipedal LED Lamp of Awesome
One glance at the Lampster and I automatically thought of the Lensor creatures from the Riddick franchise. Those were the weird people with the giant lens things on their faces. Lampster won’t see where you are hiding, but it will shed light on your room, desk, or even the outdoors. This little robot looking lamp stands a substantial 18-inches tall and has a giant lamp for a head.

8-bit Menorah: Pixelated Miracle

8-bit Menorah: Pixelated Miracle
Hanukkah 2015 is just a few weeks away, but there’s still enough time to buy a new menorah if your old one is looking a little worn out. Being a total ’80s geek, I can think of no better way to celebrate the holiday than with this 8-bit Menorah. With a pixelated look from the base all the way through the blinky LED candles, it’s a great way to celebrate the tradition, and not have to worry about starting a fire. Just don’t expect these candles to burn all night long.

ThinkGeek Chromatic LED Color Spectrum Clock: 2015: A Time Odyssey

ThinkGeek Chromatic LED Color Spectrum Clock: 2015: A Time Odyssey
Time is a flat rainbow with ThinkGeek’s Chromatic wall clock. It has 60 RGB LEDs and six ways to show time, all of which are less efficient but also more entertaining than clocks that are not on shrooms.

Calimacil Glowing Foam Lightsaber: There Is No Part of This Blade That Cuts

Calimacil Glowing Foam Lightsaber: There Is No Part of This Blade That Cuts
It may sound like an anti-fungal cream, but Canadian company Calimacil actually specializes in LARP weapons, armor and accessories. The company has recently developed a lightsaber that can emit lights and sounds but is safe to use, thanks in part to the translucent foam that they use for the blade. The foam lightsaber blades will be available in two types and three tiers.
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