We know Wicked Lasers for their handheld lasers and flashlights that are crazy bright compared to others on the market. A few years ago it released a flashlight that was intense enough to start a fire.
How many hours have you spent playing Minecraft? Too many to count? You should have something to show for all of that time. Hopefully you built some really cool virtual stuff. Well, if you want to have a bit of Minecraft in the real world, why not make yourself this light-up Minecraft torch?
This DIY Minecraft torch looks just like the one in the game.
Turn your home into a dungeon, a castle, an ancient pyramid or an olympic stadium with this cool wall sconce that looks like a torch. This is a perfect night light, because everyone knows that monsters fear torch light more than they fear light from modern light bulbs.
Sometimes, you need light bulb. Other times, you need a flashlight. Giving you the best of both worlds is the Bulb Flashlight. As its name implies, it’s a light bulb and flashlight in one.
It sounds like a concept but it’s actually a real product that’s being sold by New York’s Museum of Modern Art.
It used to take rubbing two twigs to start a fire, but to get some light out of the Lightstarter, you only need one. And it’s not exactly a twig either, but it can certainly pass for a stick, albeit a very artificial one.
I’m a bit surprised that this isn’t in Japan. Look at them pixel flames burn! That’s the new “torch” of the Motherland statue in Cherkassy, Ukraine. The statue is one of several Motherland statues built in several locations across the former Soviet Union to commemorate the people who fought or died in World War II.
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.