Wind Lights

November 18, 2008


These Wind Lights measure in at just under 8″ tall, but they work just like their bigger windmill cousins, generating electricity through the power of air. Each tiny light uses a 2.4″ propeller to power a pair of bright red or blue LEDs.
The below is a massive installation featuring 1200 of these Wind Lights which illuminate as the winds blow in over the River Thames. Individual Wind Lights will soon be available for purchase from Mathmos for £12.
How about using it for highrise buildings in Singapore?

Extract from Mathmos

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One Response to “Wind Lights”

  1. cengiz cetin Says:

    When this beautiful design will be commercially awailable?


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