Hot Plasma Simulation
The Japanese love the Aurora Borealis. It is said, according to Japanese myth, that a child conceived underneath the fiery plasmas undulating in the Earth’s magnetosphere will find great fortune. While I’m not sure that high-energy plasma slamming into the magnetic field of the earth funneling down towards the poles and expelling billions of electron-volts into the rarified air creating undulating ropes of pale colorful light can enhance the temporally-unrealized wealth of beings first meeting mitosis, but it certainly can result in spectacular run-on sentences… er, I mean, pretty lights.
The Aurora Palette uses three colored LEDs and frosted lenses to project twisting swirling misty lights on your wall or ceiling. Four triple-a batteries power it for hours and hours (up to 20). The controls are simple – On, Off, and Timer – which auto-shuts off after 30, 60, 90 and 120 minute intervals.
Plus, the lamp is hinged, so if you don’t feel like craning your neck to stare at the lightshow on the ceiling, you can tilt it vertically, and project on the wall instead. Pretty!
- Size: H13 x W18.5 x D11 cm
- Takes 4 AA batteries (not included)