BIT Light consists of an LED light source and a small cube-shaped connector that make for a broad range of lighting arrangements

The BIT Light is an alternative lighting system that doesn't require high-end technical skills to achieve your perfect lighting environment.

Sarah Kim of Choi+Shine designed the BIT light as an exercise, but it might go to market as early as this year. It consists of two components: an LED light source and a small cube-shaped connector.

The LED lights are thin, white cylinders that look like fluorescent light tubes made shorter. The connector allows up to six lights to attach to one point, or to build longer lighting modules by connecting along multiple connectors.

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