Prism: A Wireless Nightlight That Tilts like a Seesaw

February 14, 2014

Christopher Jobson





Designed by Georgia-based industrial design student Nicholas Baker, the Prism Nightlight is a minimalist, battery-powered nightlight that turns on and off by tilting it like a seesaw. The nightlight is just a prototype but you can learn more about it on his website. (via JVNK)



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