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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.

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.
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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.

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.

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.

Lumen Heat-Powered Flashlight: Human-powered Torch

Lumen Heat-Powered Flashlight: Human-powered Torch
A couple of years ago, we featured a teenager who invented a flashlight that runs on body heat. The Lumen flashlight is the exact same idea, albeit one that will be mass produced. Lumen uses a 5mm Cree LED that produces 3000 microcandela of light.

LED Bulbs with 3D Printed Skyscraper Shades: Stalaclights & Huddle

LED Bulbs with 3D Printed Skyscraper Shades: Stalaclights & Huddle
One of the advantages of LED bulbs over incandescent ones is that they generate significantly less heat. Product designer David Graas capitalized on that benefit by creating lamps with 3D printed “bulbshades”, which are diffusers that sit directly on the LED bulb.

Upcycled Skateboard Wall Lamp: Bulbflip into Lightslide

Upcycled Skateboard Wall Lamp: Bulbflip into Lightslide
eBay seller andyshinkage came up with a simple but brilliant way to turn used skateboard decks into wall lights. He makes custom bulb mounts that fit where the trucks used to be so he can place 12W LED bulbs right where the wheels would go.

Anodos RAL 9000 Robotic Lamp: Luxo Jr.’s Evil Twin

Anodos RAL 9000 Robotic Lamp: Luxo Jr.’s Evil Twin
Back in 2012 we checked out Pinokio, an attempt at making a real version of Pixar’s mascot Luxo Jr. Anodos’ upcoming robotic lamp also appears to have a playful personality, although its name and appearance make it much more creepy.

Millennium Falcon & AT-AT LED Lamps Only Have Light Sides

Millennium Falcon & AT-AT LED Lamps Only Have Light Sides
Thanks to their RGB LEDs, Hand make’s Millennium Falcon and AT-AT lamps can shine in your favorite lightsaber color. Well, probably not the obscure ones like brown or bronze. The lamps’ LEDs shine through the acrylic sheets, illuminating the carved design.

Everbright Is a Lite-Brite for Adults

Everbright Is a Lite-Brite for Adults
You probably remember Lite-Brite from when you were a kid. The toy used translucent plastic pegs stuck into a backlit plastic plate. You could arranging the pegs in different patterns form colorful pictures. It was a classic kid’s toy.

MotorMood Car Light Lets You Thank Drivers with a Smiley Face

MotorMood Car Light Lets You Thank Drivers with a Smiley Face
There are times when a honk is not enough. MotorMood is a stick-on rear light for cars. Using its infrared remote control, you can flash it momentarily to reveal a smiley face and acknowledge a fellow motorist’s good deed.

Relio Portable Photography Light: Chroma King

Relio Portable Photography Light: Chroma King
Photographers looking for an affordable and portable lighting solution should check out the Relio. It’s a microUSB-powered LED light with a high color rendering index (CRI) in a very small package. Relio’s outputs over 200lm of light with a CRI rating between 90 to 96.

Illumi-Nation Light-up Visors: Put Yo HUD Up

Illumi-Nation Light-up Visors: Put Yo HUD Up
Etsy shop Illumi-Nation makes plexiglass visors with futuristic laser-etched patterns that pop up when the built-in LEDs are powered up. Most of the visors have elaborate patterns, like the Iron Man-inspired one you see below, but the shop also has visors that don’t have any etching.
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