Futuristic conceptual projects such as “paper” displays, which are formed in four, and Pliable phones, whose super and ultra-thin screen is twisted into a tube, you can surprise only those, who have never read betterimprovement.com. Pursuit of these flat devices, the designer Markus J. Becker has developed a series of super lamps Perelin series lamps, which also can bend and twist, and simulate a variety of options of desk or wall lamps.
Paper Like Flexible Perelin Series Lamps
However, in this case, they came out not innovative “electronic paper”, but electroluminescent glossy sheets of material that was previously used only in outdoor advertising, and has been slightly modified and improved industrial designers for their and our consumer purposes.
Soft, light shine these flexible tubes don’t give you full coverage in the room, but as an outsider, “indirect” light – a night-light, extra decorative light, either as a built-in fluorescent lights – with this task Perelin lamps will cope admirably. In addition, they appear to be energy efficient, and hence savings in complex with an unusual, stylish appearance, just play into the hands of this project and its author, the designer, Markus J. Becker.