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Posted By Jill Fehrenbacher On September 25, 2005 @ 11:37 pm In Design,Green Lighting | No Comments

I’m obsessed with slightly silly pseudo-nature designs, so Firefly Magic’s [1] Firefly Lights immediately caught me eye when I spotted them on Popgadget [2].

Similar to NYU student John Schimmel’s Networked Nightlight [3] (hmmm..coincidence?), Firefly Magic’s lights are programmed to flicker and fade just like real fireflies. You can put them in jars, or strategically place them around your yard for a serious faux-nature experience all year round. Unlike the short-lived real thing, Firefly Lights [1] last for 100,000 hours and can be powered by an AC adapter, AA batteries, or, better still – through solar-rechargeable batteries.

Via Popgadget [2]

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[1] Firefly Magic’s: http://www.fireflymagic.com/

[2] Popgadget: http://www.popgadget.net/2005/09/electric_firefl.php#trackbacks

[3] Networked Nightlight: http://www.inhabitat.com/entry_30.php

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