Magnetic Metal Ball Used In This Designer Lamp's Flexibility (Video)
Feb 20, 2012 15:53
Giulio Iacchetti designed a flexible table and floor lamp that's pretty impressive. It uses the power of magnets! The magnetic steel ball serves as an infinitely pivotable joint, which connects the LED light source to a rotating base at almost any angle.
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The UI designs in Avengers: Age of Ultron are surely something that doesn't get as much spotlight as the action, but definitely deserves some credit for making the movie look more incredible. Read more
Believe it or not but a lot of us don't really make calls anymore. We do call, but it's not very often. There's more messaging then there is talk time. So with that in mind, shouldn't the next iPhone be without the phone app? Read more