This Deep Sea Angler Fish is made with recycled objects and energy efficient lighting. It stands 5 feet tall with base, 4 feet wide and 5 feet long. When you first look at the fish the light over the head is glowing bright, but when you walk in for a closer look the eyes and body light up using a motion censored light. With a closer look you will see that the fish is made with an assortment of thing like a bicycle, scoop shovel, knifes, and much more.
Think about how you deal with nature, about how you use natural resources and especially the energy of water. That is what Rafael Morgan wants people to think about when they face brilliantly designed wall lamp: the Light Drop.
The Light Drop is shaped like a faucet with an oversized water drop falling from it. The more you turn the tap, the more energy you consume which brightens the dimmable LED.
Who cares if you can’t find any content to show on it? The new Sony XBR 4K TV will ensure that when the content’s ready, you will be, too. Measuring an impressive 84” diagonally, this new flagship set offers a 3840 x 2160, LED-backlit LCD panel, the 4K X-Reality PRO picture engine to seamlessly upscale lower-resolution content, 3D capabilities, a 10 Unit Live Speaker system cranking out virtual 5.1 surround sound, and built-in Wi-Fi for accessing online content. No price yet, but you can rest assured that it won’t come cheap.
“Be Seen, Be Safe” is the motto for San Francisco-based upstart company Halo. Their Halo Belt is a multipurpose light-up LED safety belt, providing high visibility for any night time activity. The red, green, or blue lights operate in two modes; solid and flashing. The battery life lasts up to 75 hours using standard CR2025 batteries.
The Paparazzo iPhone Light is designed to give your photos a boost by replacing the built in flash with a 300 lumen LED light that connects to your iPhone’s dock connector, adding a dedicated shutter button and handy grip in the process. Want to shoot video instead of a still? Simply flip the switch to video mode, hit the trigger, and watch as your previously grainy scene becomes something that’s actually worth looking at.
Offering up a frosted translucent surface that lets you look upon the three-axis accelerometer that tracks your time, your daily steps, calories expended, and NikeFuel, the integrated LEDs, and maybe even the Bluetooth chip — although to be honest, those really aren’t that exciting. A limited edition, it will be available later this month.
This umbrella has an LED torch for night-time navigation and a hands-free cellphone cradle. A USB port for connecting phone or mobile device is located in the handle of the umbrella. The power for Booster Brolly is generated through a special canopy which incorporates a number of flexible solar panels,that fully charge a phone in less than three hours.
Using an iPad to control a submersible that also records underwater video in 1080p? Oh, the possibilities. Aquabotix is giving Jacques Cousteau wannabes the ability to shoot the watery depths all the way down to 150 feet. Weighing nine pounds, the submersible comes with LED lights, a three-hour battery and a top-side box that connects with a cable tether. The box also allows users to communicate with the HydroView via an iPad, Mac or PC.
This custom guitar was hand-sculpted in Thailand. Not only does it look amazing and actually play, but the eyes are LED and light up with a blue glow. Another little dragon sits on the headstock. The detail on both monsters is very impressive.
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