Gallery: Solar Powered LED Flower Sculpture Lights up the Night

 

Looking to add some solar-powered flare to your boring backyard? This gigantic energy-generating flower sculpture by id&@le concepts may be just the ticket. Dubbed the Gul Two, the brightly-hued blossom is outfitted with an array of six 10 x 5 cm solar panels that soak up sunlight throughout the day and store it in a hidden 4-watt battery. Once night falls, the kinetic sculpture erupts in a brilliant LED display that lights up the night with shades of sapphire, emerald, ruby, violet, indigo, and opal.

+ Gul Two

Via Notcot

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  1. KarlaN October 20, 2010 at 8:17 am

    I would like more information on this Solar Powered LED Flower sculpture. Specifically, costs, where can I order it from (contact info would be greatly appreciated), and how it can be attached to a telephone pole.
    Thanks, Karla Nicholson
    Karla@Quinpoolroad.ca

  2. Didovk September 20, 2010 at 4:45 am

    This reminds me very much of the street light we designed at Philips 2 years ago. The LightBlossom or Sustainable Streetlight.
    And that looked much better ;-)
    http://www.simplicityevent.philips.com/global/tomorrow/light_blossom/

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