We have seen enough of those pompous television screens and high-end music systems. CES 2013 has finally ended, and it has also left behind a memory of many simple yet efficient conceptions, especially from the more resourceful start ups. One of such delectable yet fascinating devices is the Good Night Lamp, a collection of internet connected lamps that lets you communicate in a special way with your loved ones who live far away.
The scope is pretty simple. These house shaped lamps come in different shapes and sizes, with the ‘big’ lamp being in your ownership, while the smaller lamps are gifted to your friends and loved ones who live far apart from you. Now, as you turn on your big lamp, their small lamps are also automatically turned on via internet connectivity through Wi-Fi.
So, considering a scenario where you live abroad, you can always let your family members know when you are home by turning on your big lamp. This not only improves upon the ambit of remote electronic communication, but also goes by the conscientious dictum of keeping in touch with your loved ones.
Latest posts by Dattatreya (see all)
- Bread from Scratch symbolizes the value of basic food production - November 26, 2013
- Mira Schroder’s Workbed combines a work desk and a resting bed - November 25, 2013
- A Chinese farmer successfully cultivates his roof top farm - November 25, 2013
- Ocean front hacienda in Mexico comes with $10,000 per night tag - November 25, 2013
- New York’s costliest condo exhibits its ‘centerpiece’ sculptural staircase - November 23, 2013