The Light Beam coffee table may look like alien technology, and it probably is. That or it's from the future, one or the other. Or both. Did your mind just explode? Mine did. Hey this coffee tastes like brains.
The Light Beam coffee table is packed with thousands of little LED lights, lights that are able to have their colors changed on the fly. Made of reclaimed teak packed in resin, it was apparently inspired by railway sleepers.
Railway sleepers? You mean like hobos? Oooooh -- like a sleeper car, I got it. Also, the Midas touch. Kidding, kidding -- everything I touch turns to shit. You should see my keyboard.
Light Beam coffee table looks ready to explode with light [dvice]
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Tokyoflash's first design of 2009, the R75, is now available, and you have the Geekologie Writer's personal guarantee it will get you laid.* How could it not -- it comes in three different colors, including gold! Like my teeth! It can also tell time in there different modes!... / Continue →