Now here is a lamp that might just work (idea-wise as well as functionality) – the Gaia Bio Lamp as designer Floriane Rousse-Marquet calls it. This mobile light source is capable of throwing an ambient lighting effect, similar to that of a candle. The main aim is to deliver a feeling of care and protection towards nature, as it allows the plants to deliver feedback to the user via the lights. A lamp that lets us humans know how it ‘feels’, now how about that? First of all, a lamp is an inanimate object, and hence has no feeling, but I guess with enough programming an algorithms thrown into the mix, something similar to a real life expression can be arranged
Gaia Bio Lamp glows its feelings
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