Programmable light can take on different behaviours depending how it is put together.

Clyde is an expressive lamp that can be programmed to react in different ways depending on how and where you touch him. These “behaviours” can be changed depending on how his circuits are wired and what type of programming is used – he's Arduino compatible.

The lamp itself is a high-intensity, energy-efficient LED that can change color and intensity depending on the behaviours you give him. He also has long, bendy legs, making it easy to position him to get maximum impact.

See the video below from the creators who are trying to raise money on Kickstarter.

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