Igen Designed Solar Eclipse Lamp

A lamp inspired by the solar eclipse; the Nissyoku has len-form panels found on both sides that can move in multiple directions. The way and strength of the light is adjusted by the degree of the turning. The two panels move on the concave surface made out of the intersection of the two globes. The panels are fixed on the lamp by its magnets. The lamp can be switched on or off by touching the middle metal ring. The magnet is situated on the two len-form panels, and there is a metal surface, which fixes the magnet. The lamp is produced through vacuum forming as well. There is a 5W high-powered LED per panel.

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