You may have seen various lighting designs that display a work of innovation. If such artistic creations are of an interest to you, then you would also appreciate this amazing energy-efficient lighting presented by the designer Toby Fox. The Energy Efficient Lighting Project aimed at offering an interactive product design. The result was a green lighting device that is simple in construction but has a beautiful unique style of its own. The lighting object is designed to have a base unit with a four light structure. These lights seem to appear like four sparkling pebbles.
The Energy Efficient Lighting Project has come out with such a lighting unit that is rechargeable after use when plugged into a source of electricity. But the whole unit is quite flexible in the sense that the pebbles can easily be slid out of its base unit when charged. After the usage, pebbles can be made to sit on the beautiful curvy base so these can be recharged. The flexibility of these pebbles is possible due to its back strip being made of neoprene that may allow the user to stretch the object and manipulate its material.
The pebbles can be used as a torch, or as a reading light, or in just any activity that may need lighting. Also, these pebbles can offer you a variation of lighting effects if you turn its face inward or outward while placed in the base unit. The way it is directed to throw the light helps in the creation of special effects. This energy-efficient design makes the pebbles save on electricity and thus gives them a green touch. When such a light glows inside a room, this takes the colors of its surrounding. The lit-up pebbles have such a charm that they can stylize just any place in your house.