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).