Tag Archives: lighting
MIO’s LED track lighting appears to be designed for use as anything but track lighting.
As captured by Engadget Polska, the latest performance of Projekt P.I.W.O., a hacker group that turns buildings into light shows. Not a new concept, of course, but P.I.W.O. is really good at it.
This elegantly unembellished candle holder allows you to draw up just as much candle as you choose, automatically extinguishing itself after the allotted time. Ever three inches provides about an hour of light, putting an entire beeswax coil in the … Continue reading
After losing my little Sony Cybershot at CES and mourning the absence of a Smile Shutter in my life to pick up my friend’s most accidentally contorted rictuses, I decided I would buy myself a Canon G10 in the hopes … Continue reading
This is simple, but great: the Bookmark Bedside Lamp features one protruding spine over which to splay your half-read book at the end of the night. I only wish it had more protruding bookmarks, splayed in a fan around the … Continue reading
For the room that doesn’t have enough robots. Which, let’s face it, is basically every room. $30. Robot Lamp [Urban Outfitters via Bot Junkie]
Kirk K. writes about “Bliss Lights”, a fancy lighting projector that sprays a moving pattern of lights all over: I saw these guys at a lighting conference in Vegas this year. They make these little laser emitters that project these … Continue reading
While this implementation of a emergency party button that turns a living room into a seedy nightclub in just a few seconds is laudable, in a perfect world slapping that big red button would cause steel doors to shut instantly … Continue reading
Tiffany Threadgould’s “RePlayGround” sells three fun “ReMake It!” kits that let you turn trash into stuff you can use: there’s a Magazine Stationary kit that gives you stickers and templates to turn glossy mags into envelopes and postcards ($5); a … Continue reading
Pillows are practically perfect in their default incarnation, so adding lights — lights that sacrifice the overall comfort due to their plastic, ball-like casing — is a big stretch. Especially at $160, the price of the “d°light Huggable” by Diana … Continue reading