WindyLight™ – Wind Operated Outdoor Lights by adital ela — Kickstarter

November 14, 2011

We would like to invite you to let the wind blow light into your world!WindyLight™ is a family of self-sufficient outdoor lights that perform on free, clean energy and create a unique and sensual illuminating experience.Our lights are designed to dance to the rhythm of soft gusts of wind and to provide light even in the urban environment.Every WindyLight™ is made from our unique WindyWheels which are pinwheel like modules that collect wind energy and transforms it to electrical current allowing the integrated LEDs to shine through. With several WindyWheels we create the collection of lighting solutions for both private and public sectors.With this campaign you are invited to support the development of our first product: a standalone one module WindyLight™ that you may place on your window, or in your garden or balcony.

via WindyLight™ – Wind Operated Outdoor Lights by adital ela — Kickstarter.

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