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Intricate phone-controlled mood lamp

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Peter Bailey

Freelance Wordpress Developer in London (peabay.xyz) @peabay
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Inspired by IQlight Krisztian Sulina has designed a mood lamp constructed by an array of panels which slot together to produce all kinds of shapes and sizes.

The circuitry isn’t an Arduino but designed by Krisztian himself and sports an LED strip which Krisztian says offers better light distribution than other mood lamps on the market. What’s more though is that PuzzLight can be controlled by an app on your phone via Bluetooth.

While only two weeks in PuzzLight has achieved £850, so there’s no doubt that it will reach it’s goal of £30,000 on Kickstarter. And with the production process pre-tested he’s fully prepared for shipment in May.

Source: Kickstarter

Posted 16th Feb 2013
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  • www.PuzzLight.com

    Getting in the mood…