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Samsung’s new and light 3D designer glasses

Posted in 3D by Conner Flynn on January 3rd, 2011

Samsung is making quite the fashion statement, together with glasses maker, Silhouette, with their new world’s lightest 3D designer shutter glasses. They weigh just 28g, 10g lighter than regular 3D glasses and they have been ergonomically developed so that one size fits all. The glasses can be easily adjusted allowing an adult or child to wear them. Of course they will make their debut at this year’s CES.

Some other features include auto on/off support, wireless charging and you can attach to your normal glasses.

Pop Up Microlite lights up your remote

Posted in Remotes by Conner Flynn on November 23rd, 2010

If you like to watch movies in the dark to simulate that theater experience, you will have trouble using your remote, since most of us don’t have a remote with backlit buttons. Well, there is an answer. Don’t buy a new remote.

Just buy this $9.99 Pop Up Microlite, with batteries that can last for up to three years. Your home theater system will be obsolete before the Pop Up Microlite even dies. Just stick it to your remote control and you are ready.

POD Lamp gives light and keeps your desk neat

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on July 16th, 2010

Here’s a lamp with a neat design. It will keep your table free of clutter and your iPhone charged. Great way to reduce cable clutter. The OttLite POD Lamp comes with an iPod dock, wire management, and will charge other cell phones and MP3 players too.

The lamp is adjustable for different heights and angles, and packs a 13 Watt OttLite HD bulb good for up to 10,000 hours. It’s available in both black or white, and will cost you $112.

Ripe Radish garden light concept looks like a power up

Posted in Concepts by Shane McGlaun on April 15th, 2010

As a gamer, I know that a glowing vegetable is a good thing. I mean, this is the sort of game goody that does stuff like make you fly or turn into a giant. In the real world, glowing vegetables aren’t common.

A design concept called Ripe Radish makes a glowing vegetable common though. The red glowing portion is a garden light that you stick into the ground. The green plant out the top is a plant just as you expect.

Adjustable Grill Light for that midnight barbecue

Posted in Outdoors by Conner Flynn on April 11th, 2010

Sure, in an ideal world, you wouldn’t need a light for your grill, since most of us prefer to grill during the day. But some of us have to work and can’t even get to the grill until the sun goes down.

That’s where this Adjustable Clamp Grill light comes in handy, shedding a spotlight on your burgers and hot dogs. It’s made of heat and weather resistant high-density plastic, with 15 bright, energy saving LED lights that swivel 180 degrees.

Grass Lamp combines the green outdoors with light

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on February 23rd, 2010

If you are an apartment dweller, you are probably used to some of your objects having multiple functions. How about combining your lamp with a garden?

That’s the idea behind the Grass Lamp. You can’t grow vegetables in the Grass Lamp, but grass will just love the lamp’s light and maybe remind you to actually venture outdoors, while allowing you to appreciate the outdoors while inside.

Humanscale Element LED task light is green and expensive

Posted in LED by Shane McGlaun on January 27th, 2010

I never really put much thought into the chair or desk that I used when I first started writing full time. After sitting in front of a computer screen typing for hours and hours each day you quickly come to realize that a comfortable chair and an ergonomic desk are money well spent. Humanscale makes all sorts of ergonomic chairs and gear for office workers.

The company has announced an interesting a green new task light called the Element. The light uses MCX LED technology with a single multi-chip LED that can produce a large light footprint. By using a single LED rather than multiple LEDs, Humanscale was able to eliminate shadows on the desktop.

The Kandle, an eReader light for your Kindle

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on January 25th, 2010

Okay team, we need a catchy name for our new e-reader light. What’s that? Candle? Oh with a K! I love it. Our word play will take the world by storm and we shall sell ten million by Christmas alone. No one will stop us!

Yeah, that must have been the meeting. It’s compatible with all kinds of eReaders, not just the Kindle and it features double pivoting arms and a 2 LED light source. So go ahead and read in the dark. Now there’s nothing stopping you from finishing that novel.

Alien Abduction Lamp released

Posted in Lamps by Conner Flynn on October 20th, 2009

Alien Abduction Lamp releasedThis lamp has been a long time coming and we’ve been waiting patiently for our chance to see cows in mid-abduction. It has finally gone from prototype to reality. You gotta love the aliens peering out of the UFO windows.

This final version of the lamp features LEDs that light up the alien cockpit, and a steel retro spacecraft over an illuminated tractor beam. You can have the light always on or a pulse lighting effect behind the windows. When you turn the lights off, the aliens glow in the dark.

LED Jumper Cables from the future

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on September 20th, 2009

LED Jumper Cables from the futureMost of us have had trouble with a dead battery in our car. It usually happens at the worst possible times. It might be dark or snowing, or raining, or all of the above. Well with these jumper cables, the dark won’t be a problem.

That’s because they have LED lights built in. It’s such a simple solution, we wonder why we haven’t seen more like this. And since every clamp has a light built into it, you won’t have any problems matching the positive and negative. The lights kick on whenever you squeeze the clamps open.

Hangman lamp combines old-fashioned lynching with lighting

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on August 29th, 2009

Hangman lamp combines old-fashioned lynching with lightingWe like unusual lamps here, but this one goes beyond morbid. Sure, these hangman lights are cool and creative, but would you really want these things hanging around above you? Maybe if you have a really dark sense of humor.

They might be good for Halloween, or to decorate your old west jail, but I just can’t see many people wanting to hang these. Thankfully, this is just a concept from designer Ji-youn Kim. What do you guys think? Would you hang these guys in your home?

Time Your Light concept

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on August 2nd, 2009

Time Your Light conceptWhen the apocalypse comes. Not if, but when, you are going to want a reliable light. Your home will have no power by which to defend yourself from robots or zombies. You’ll want the Time Your Light concept.

It gets its power mechanically, working like a windup doll. Just give it a twist and you have light. But is this just a timer with a light or a light with a timer? We just hope it doesn’t tick and give you away with typical wind up noise.

Philips Wake-up Light Alarm HF3490 with iPod dock

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on July 28th, 2009

Philips Wake-up Light Alarm HF3490 with iPod dockPhilips’s new Wake-up Light Alarm HF3490 won’t jolt you awake. Instead it will wake you up gradually by increasing the amount of light a little at a time. That way you can wake up the way nature intended. With light, not harsh sounds.

If you want you can also use the FM radio, natural sounds or music from your iPod or iPhone. You can pre-order it now for $199.99. It’s great for those living in apartments where the lighting may not be great.

Casio Exilim EX-H10 takes 1000 shots on a single charge

Posted in Casio by Conner Flynn on July 7th, 2009

Casio Exilim EX-H10 takes 1000 shots on a single chargeCasio’s latest EXILIM Hi-Zoom EX-H10 is being hailed as the thinnest and lightest camera in the world, and despite it’s light weight, it’s no slouch. It can shoot up to a thousand pictures on just a single charge. So shoot away.

Some other features include a 24 mm wide-angle lens, 10x optical zoom with mechanical image stabilizer, HD video recording support, and Casio’s EXILIM Engine 4.0 for higher image quality and lower power consumption. This 12.1-megapixel digital camera is a good one for travelers since it’s light and might even let you forget the charger completely.

Energizer Hard Case LED Tactical Light

Posted in Flashlights by Conner Flynn on May 23rd, 2009

Energizer Hard Case LED Tactical LightEnergizer is upping flashlight design. They’ve released the Hard Case LED Tactical 2AA 2nd generation handheld light that’s tough enough to work in just about any outdoor environment. It’s specifically built for rough use outdoors in fact.

Don’t worry about dropping it. It can handle 15-foot falls without a problem, and while they were at it they made it waterproof. It uses LEDs of course and can even be powered by a single AA battery. Included are blue, red and green LEDs so you can see various things in the dark.