"A Simple Wooden Lamp with an utterly enchanting UI" - Wired Magazine
Most lights turn on one of two ways: Flip a switch or turn a knob. The Float Balance Lamp relies on none of these mechanisms.
The lamp’s construction is simple. It consists of a wooden frame; a strip of embedded lights; and two wooden balls, each attached to a string. Lift the bottom ball into close proximity with the upper ball to activate the lights. Once there, magnets inside the wooden spheres keep them in place.
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The interaction echoes an old-school pull chain, but the final effect feels more enchanting—like there’s some unusual technology whirring below the surface. There are no sensors hiding in its bent frame, and it requires a human hand to operate.