Wednesday, February 22, 2006

LED Throwies

A creative way of using LEDs as artistic light source.
LINK for how to make one.



These are works of the Graffiti Research Lab a division of the Eyebeam R&D OpenLab



The basic idea is to light up a LED using a coin battery. If you add a magnet to it, you can throw it to a metallic surface and expect it to stay there. It will look impressive when a group does it, as below:



Looks fun, a good way to decorate the bare boring metallic wall, and a good way to exhaust coin batteries.

Environmental concern: What will happen to Li-ion coin batteries when they are left on the street wall, exposed to weather elements?

6 Comments:

Anonymous tu-mei said...

pretty... i have a metal bed frame... hahaha...

Wednesday, 22 February, 2006  
Blogger ali3n said...

how about getting strings of christmas lights for your room? =p

Wednesday, 22 February, 2006  
Anonymous chil d said...

awww.. i like that!! n yes, i did missed the link on how to do it. yeh yeh, thanks for e 'graphic' thou~ .___. guess what! i am going to do it for friend's bday. its inexpensive and no need soldering! just tape! n' the groupie could throw it!! Fun =D

Ah. another brillant point-out-idea of mine..erm. ops. yes yes its yrs...korkor's la >.<

so much of the toxicity of lithium. just how long is it going to be on the wall or christmas tree? novelty dies.. then just clear it =p

Wednesday, 22 February, 2006  
Anonymous tu-mei said...

eh... can i only turn it on at night? any idea? 1 string of lights not pretty lor... besides, indiv ones can be arranged into a picture...
am seriously considering getting it... :p

Thursday, 23 February, 2006  
Blogger ali3n said...

turn it on at night? sure! or can say, turn it on when dark? just add a photoresistor will do. I can help you with that ;p

Thursday, 23 February, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If u all can try to put 4 leds to one battery also if not going to for long..

Saturday, 25 February, 2006  

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