LED news and insight from our technology editor Steve Bush, who has been messing with LED lighting for more years than he would care to remember.
LED mushrooms, wine cellar, and slippers
What better time than a Friday afternoon to roundup some LED improbables I’ve noticed in the last week…
How about these LED Mushrooms, for example? Supporting a range of colours they are designed by Yukio Takano and powered by batteries, states likecool.com.
Or how about an artfully LED-lit wine cellar? It’s Gothic, don’t you know, with individual wine bottle holders and a transparent ceiling, and is the creation of Beckwith interior designs. You would find it in Franklin, Tennessee, reports inhabit.com.
Finally, LED slippers anyone? A nice concept, highlighted by TecheBlog – they’ll cost you $40 from opulentitems.com. With a range of illumination of 20-25 feet ahead, they are each powered a lithium battery, and turn and then off when stepped on (a sensor only turns on the light when in darkness).Tags: friday afternoon, lithium battery, slippers, wine bottle holders, yukio