Blood-Powered Lamp Highlights The Cost Of Energy

Blood-Powered Lamp Highlights The Cost Of Energy
Design

In a world where lights are normally activated at the flick of a switch, this lamp requires users to carefully consider the cost of energy.

Kyle Studstill
  • 12 november 2010

Artist and designer Mike Thompson has crafted a prototype lamp designed to make the user think about the costs of energy. The one-use lamp is lit by a chemical reaction triggered by the user’s own blood. Mike explains the concept below:

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