Weight-Sensing Lamps Shine Brighter Under Pressure [Pics]

Weight-Sensing Lamps Shine Brighter Under Pressure [Pics]
Design

Kebei Li designed force-sensing lamps that respond to the heaviness or lightness of the object placed on top of them.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 17 april 2014

Industrial designer and Rhode Island School of Design student Kebei Li has designed force-sensing lamps that light up depending on the weight of the objects placed on top of them.

The force-sensing lamps respond to the weight placed on them and emit a corresponding amount of light. This means that the heavier the object, the brighter the light.

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