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Audio Light Bulb from Hammacher

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on March 30th, 2011

Online store Hammacher wants to combine your light and audio and so they are offering the Audio Light Bulb which allows you to light up your room and listen to some tunes at the same time. Audio is transmitted wirelessly to the light bulbs through a transmitter plugged into your stereo or computer.

It is said to deliver crisp quality audio thanks to it’s 10-watt speaker, which receives interference-free wireless audio signals from up to 50 feet away from the transmitter, which docks with any iPod/iPhone equipped with a 30-pin connector. The speaker will give you lighting similar to a 60-watt bulb.

Klipsch LightSpeakers screw into light bulb sockets, play music

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2010

These Klipsch LightSpeakers don’t look like much, but if you hate wires, they should appeal to you. The LED light bulb fits 5 and 6-inch light fixtures and is even dimmable, so you can replace the usual bulbs you use with these, which will apparently last for 40,000 hours.

Then you’ll be playing music wirelessly through your lights, which is what Thomas Edison wanted all along. They contain a 2.5-inch wide dispersion driver and use 20 watts. The kit comes with a transmitter that connects to a PC, CD player or iPod and sends the audio to up to eight of the light bulbs in two separate zones.

Knob Light sounds dirty, puts a light bulb on your door

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on December 9th, 2008

Knob Light sounds dirty, puts a light bulb on your doorHey, why not? Your door knob is already bulb shaped and that is where you enter a room from. Designer Jeong-Sun Park’s Knob Light has an internal generator that stores energy to light it up during emergencies.

Emergencies like waking up in the middle of the night and having to go pee-pee, apparently. I’m guessing that turning the knob will generate some power as kinetic energy, but I don’t see this as a great idea. Is it always on? If so, that’s a waste. If it simply stores power and has to be manually activated, that’s not going to help much in an emergency.