The Lunar is an Open-Source Clock Night Light

By: Michael Nieto - Mar 11, 2014
References: if-chicago & kickstarter
The Lunar clock night-light is an open source concept inspired by the moon’s structure. It’s a small light fixture and clock face that indicates every hour of the night or day with a glowing and pulse effect. This light syncs with the cycle of night and day patterns to create a shimmering effect simulated from space. It’s has a 4" x 4" square exterior with 12 circles that constantly pulse to tell time.

The backlight also emits a soft blue lighting tone when stuck to the wall. It’s compatible with American standard electrical wall outlets and can be placed anywhere in your home. The Lunar clock night-light already comes pre-programmed and includes a convenient micro-controller to adjust the lighting tone.