With shifting and undulating lights reminiscent of the Aurora Borealis, this illuminated sculpture simulates the atmospheric phenomenon using powerful blue, white, and green LEDs projected through a fragmented diffuser against the light-bending curve of a silvered, borasilic glass globe.
Got that? Me neither. All you need to know is: it looks way cool, and has absolutely no other purpose.
My laser pointer can out-shine your laser pointer! This handheld laser projects a bright point of green light for more than five miles and can be used to point out stars or mounted to a telescope. Or annoy cats in the next state.
Combining basic principals of physics with innovative modern technology, this practically indestructible flashlight has no need for batteries, and will always be ready to light your way, no matter how long it’s been left unused. Give it 30 seconds of gentle shaking, and get five minutes of light from the shatter-proof LED bulb that, in the darkest of conditions, will illuminate a 6-foot radius at 35 feet. Unlike a battery, the capacitor can be recharged several hundred thousand times, will not corrode, and will operate in extreme heat or cold. The bright LED will withstand the drops, bumps, and old age limitations that finish regular bulbs. Impervious to water, no surprise really that it floats. (A great gift to those close to you and yourself.)