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Lighting

Komorebi Accent Light Concept

Komorebi Accent Light Concept

Leslie Nooteboom’s Komorebi projects soothing computer-generated light shows. While it can project anything, Leslie intends for Komorebi to display visuals that mimic natural light, such as a silhouette of a window or light bouncing off of a body of water.

Beyond Infinity Table

Beyond Infinity Table

Instructables member bongoboy23 won the DIY site’s Lights Contest 2017 with his programmable infinity mirror coffee table. It has forty individual infinity mirrors and over 960 LEDs. It also has four USB ports, two AC outlets and an inductive pad for charging.

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UCO Tent StakeLight

UCO Tent StakeLight
$5-$30  Buy Link Comment

UCO Gear’s brilliant tent stake comes with a waterproof LED light. It runs for up to 10h on a single AAA battery, and also has a strobe mode. You can even take the light out of the stake and use it on its own. It also has a variant that lights up red, green, and blue.

DIY Crystal Tower Light

DIY Crystal Tower Light

DIY Perks made an accent light using RGB LEDs and a Selenite crystal. It sounds like a straightforward build, but he custom made most of the electronics. It does involve a few tricks that will come in handy for other projects, and the result is, in his words, “not bad.”

BioLite SiteLight Mini & XL

BioLite SiteLight Mini & XL
$20-$30  Buy Comment

The latest additions to BioLite’s USB-powered packable lights. The Mini comes with four small lights, while the XL is one lantern in a clever collapsible diffuser. Both can be daisy chained with other SiteLights and can be dimmed when connected to one of BioLite’s lanterns.

Loop Table Lamp

Loop Table Lamp
$480  Buy Comment

Inspired by an obstacle at a minigolf course, Himmee’s Loop is a table lamp that’s both whimsical and elegant. It has white LEDs that can be adjusted via a touch-sensitive dimmer. Himmee also offers a 6-foot-tall made-to-order version of the lamp.

Switcheroo Outlet Adapter

Switcheroo Outlet Adapter
$34/2pk.  Pledge Comment

Invented by Mike Neilson, the Switcheroo is an adapter that wirelessly reroutes switched outlets (outlets that are toggled by light switches). You can make Switcheroos pair one to one, or have one control many Switcheroos at once.

LightMode S Helmet Kits

LightMode S Helmet Kits
$112+  Pledge Link Comment

LightMode’s new and improved electroluminescent helmet lighting kit now has a more aerodynamic, water-resistant, detachable and USB-charged control unit. The kit has everything you need to decorate your helmet (and many other objects).

2016 Adaptalux

2016 Adaptalux
$300  Buy Link Comment

The latest version of the one-of-a-kind macro photography and videography lighting system now has a built-in Bluetooth chip that lets you control it via an iOS app. Its battery now lasts up to four times longer than the first version at up to 10h per charge.

URI Acrylic LED Bulbs

URI Acrylic LED Bulbs
$49+  Buy Link Comment

Form meets function in the URI LED bulbs. While many LED lamps have flat acrylic diffusers that mimic 3D shapes, URI embraces the shape of the classic light bulb while giving it a modern touch. Available in six designs and two sizes.

Gear Aid LED Lanterns

Gear Aid LED Lanterns
$50-$150  Buy Comment

Gear Aid’s new LED lanterns are rechargeable via USB and have a diffuser bag, a hanging hook, a kickstand and a threaded mount so you can aim it in a variety of ways. The larger models also serve as external battery packs.

Sliced Firewood Lamps

Sliced Firewood Lamps
$350++  Buy Comment

Designer Paul Foeckler’s Split Grain creates these modern, yet organic lighting fixtures by slicing layers of reclaimed wood, hand selected by the artist, then sectioned into layers and floated apart with metal rods to expose the warm ambient LED light source inside.

Splyt Light

Splyt Light
$65+  Bid Comment

A modular lighting fixture that lets you build branching table lamps or chandeliers. It comes with a base Y-piece with a male socket and three female sockets, and an assortment of small and large Y-pieces with one male socket and two female sockets. Works with E12 bulbs.

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Lee Light

Lee Light
$330-$795  Buy Link Comment

Glen Lewis-Steele’s made-to-order LED lamp looks like a cube that changes its shape as you move around it. In fact, it’s not even a cube, and the LED isn’t inside it. But perhaps its greatest illusion is that it doesn’t look like something that should cost as much as a laptop.

2016 Anglepoise Giant Collection

2016 Anglepoise Giant Collection

Anglepoise adds to its collection of 3:1 scale lamps. The updated Original 1227 Giant comes in outdoor and indoor versions, as well as a variant with brass components. The company’s Type 75 will also have an oversized model. Drops 6/2016.

ZappLight

ZappLight
$20  Buy Link Comment

The ZappLight is a compact bug zapping lamp. It fits in most light bulb sockets and consumes only 10W of power. You can toggle between the white LEDs, the zapper or both of them turned on.

Tiny Cloud Lamp & Speaker

Tiny Cloud Lamp & Speaker
$580  Buy Link Comment

The Tiny Cloud is about 2.5 times smaller than the original Cloud lamp and doesn’t have a motion sensor or a subwoofer. But it has the same Bluetooth speaker and light-up features and costs about 1/6th the price. You can control multiple clouds as one unit.

Nanoleaf Smart Bulbs

Nanoleaf Smart Bulbs
$25-$100  Buy Link Comment

Nanoleaf’s unusual LED bulb supports Apple’s HomeKit, so you can control them with voice commands via Siri. Its wireless control hub and mobile app can be used to control other HomeKit-compatible bulbs as well.

Molt Mstick LED Lamp

Molt Mstick LED Lamp

The Mstick is a multipurpose portable LED lamp. Aside from its 16 RGB LEDs it has motion sensors and a mobile app that let you turn it into an alarm, a sound visualizer, a bicycle brake light, a light painting tool and more.

Qube Smart LED Bulb

Qube Smart LED Bulb

A smart, bargain priced full color RGB LED bulb. Qube can automatically turn on or off when your phone is nearby, notify you of calls and messages and save you time and money with schedules and alarms.

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Ellum Motion Sensing Light

Ellum Motion Sensing Light
$129-$259  Buy Link Comment

Feltmark’s Ellum are LED lights that automatically turn on when you’re nearby. They’re battery powered and mount on magnetic screws so they’re easy to install. Perfect as nightlights or cabinet lights. Available in 6″ or 22″ lengths.

The Lampster

The Lampster
$149+  Pledge Comment

The humanoid Lampster lighting fixture has a repurposed tractor headlight fitted with two LEDs and a body made from 100% recycled HDPE. One of its LEDs is white and dimmable, while the other one is an RGB LED that can be controlled via an app.

Y Studio Camera Light

Y Studio Camera Light
$ Upon Request  Buy Comment

Y Studio repurposed the bodies of old and broken film cameras as lamp shades for minimalist desk lamps. Reborn 001 is based on a folding camera, Reborn 003 is based on a flash lamp and Reborn 004 is based on a twin lens reflex camera.

Skateboard Wall Lights

Skateboard Wall Lights
~$190+  Bid Comment

eBay seller andyshinkage turns discarded skateboard decks into eye-catching wall lamps. He makes light bulb mounts that thread through where the trucks used to be and places a 12W LED bulb in place of the wheels.

Luna Lantern

Luna Lantern
$75-$875  Pledge Link Comment

Acorn Studio’s Luna is a Moon-themed lantern made of Latex-coated fiberglass. It comes in seven sizes from 3.2″ to 23.6″ in diameter. The smallest one is battery-powered and uses an LED while the rest plug into an outlet and have dimmable halogen lamps.

2015 Bulbing LED Lamps

2015 Bulbing LED Lamps
$65+  Pledge Comment

Studio Cheha’s latest batch of optical illusion lamps play on the lamp and lampshade silhouette with the addition of a birchwood stand and a steel base. The new models use stronger LEDs than the first Bulbing lamps and are now dimmable.

Winglights

Winglights
$50  Buy Link Comment

A pair of LED turn signals for bicycles that activate at the press of a button. WingLights are waterproof and shockproof and have magnetic mounting docks that make them easy to put on and remove.

Millennium Falcon & AT-AT Lamps

Millennium Falcon & AT-AT Lamps
~$76  Buy Comment

Similar to Bulbing, Hand make’s LED lamps diffuse light through carvings on acrylic sheets. The lamps are actually available in a variety of designs, but the Millennium Falcon and AT-AT Walker are the best of the lot.

Folded Lighting Collection

Folded Lighting Collection
$350-$1250  Buy Comment

Tel Aviv-based artist Ariel Zuckerman uses paper origami techniques to create his striking lighting series; he stretches, folds and twists two dimensional sheets for the unexpected result, which looks great whether illuminated or not.

Gecko Movable Light Switch

Gecko Movable Light Switch
$65++  Pledge Comment

The Gecko gives you a proxy light switch that you can stick wherever you want. Replace your current light switch with the Gecko base, then stick the Gecko switch anywhere within 300ft. of the base. It also has dimmer and timer features.

iblazr2 External LED Flash

iblazr2 External LED Flash
$45++  Pledge Comment

The new version of iblazr is now wireless and connects to mobile devices via Bluetooth. That means you’re free to adjust its position and even use it with DSLRs. Its companion app also lets you tweak the LEDs’ color temperature.

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