The Adjustable Radiation Flashlight is a conceptual torch designed to be used by darkness-fearing humans and cars. The flashlight was designed by Ezat Dayani and is small and compact, housing 40 individual lights in a chubby cylinder.
The strength of the light and the type of beam emitted can be adjusted. Dayani's design gets interesting when you see the conceptual images that show it placed inside of a car's headlights. A flashlight that could double as an emergency high-powered headlight would be a brilliant invention that could potentially save lives and prevent an untold amount of traffic accidents. The Adjustable Radiation Flashlight is still in the concept phase, but here's hoping that some enterprising tool company decides to take a flyer on Dayani's design. I would kill for an extra pair of headlights that cost as much as a flashlight.