The Lightbulb Takes ‘Flyte’

The Lightbulb Takes ‘Flyte’

Flyte combines Tesla's laws of induction with Edison's bulb

Jeb Brack
  • 13 may 2015

In cartoons when someone gets a terrific idea, a lightbulb appears over their head. It’s easy to believe that Swedish designer Simon Morris saw one of these cartoons and experienced a lightbulb moment of his own: a lightbulb that floats in mid-air, delivering LED light with no connections or batteries. Morris calls it Flyte.

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