Shaping-Shifting Desktop Lamp Mimics Natural Light…Artificially.
By Bryan Gardiner / Published by Dwell

Designed to gradually adjust to ambient light, the outer panels on the lamp automatically adjust to maintain a constant level of brightness in a given room. Inside the sci-fi orb, a diminutive gearbox gradually adjusts the lamp’s outer panels on an X, Y, and X-axis. As Natt explains on his site, both the shape and light output varies inversely with the surrounding natural light intensity.

I’ll take three, Chris.


Bryan Gardiner


Bryan has covered the ins and outs Silicon Valley and the tech industry for close to five years, writing about everything from supercomputers to greentech. He is a frequent contributor to and has also written for the LA Weekly, PC Magazine and McSweeney’s. He also pens a regular gadget column for NorthWest Airlines.

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