Who invented the levitating desk lamp?

When was the levitating desk lamp invented?

It’s powered purely through magnets and the air by induction; a sustainable alternative to the usual energy guzzling lightbulb. The technology was invented by Nikola Tesla in the early 20th century and has been reintroduced with this impressive design.

What is a levitating desk lamp?

FLYTE is a levitating light bulb that hovers by magnetic levitation and is powered through the air. Designed in Sweden, the FLYTE base is made of sustainably sourced oak, ash and walnut. FLYTE use energy efficient LEDs rated at about 50,000 hours. That’s equivalent to 12 hours of usage a day for 11 years.

How does a levitating desk lamp work?

The Flyte bulb works by a combination of induction and magnetism. The unit is formed of a base, which is connected to a standard power supply, and the specially made lightbulb. While gravity pulls the lightbulb towards the base, it is pushed up by the opposing force of the magnetism.

How does a levitating globe work?

The small globe has a magnet in it and the top of the device is an electromagnet. The electromagnet is pulling up on the magnet in the globe just enough to balance the earth’s gravity pulling down on it. The two forces are equal and opposite so the globe floats in mid-air!

How does a balance lamp work?

HENG lamp has a switch structure of two balls inside the wooden frames with embedded magnets. By moving them, these magnets will attract one another, thereby triggering the switch. It’s a new and interactive way to brighten up your room! The two balls are the switches of the lamps.

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