These solar lights work as artificial plants that brighten up backyards at night.
These lights were designed by Kemal Sahin Yilmaz and Emre Sagor and each come in triangular shapes with a rod that can be driven into the ground. The lamps have a surface adorned with solar cells that absorb solar energy throughout the day to power the LED lights that are placed at each point of the artificial plant. Called 'Vicarious,' these lights are accompanied by an app that allows users to check the conditions of the ground the lights are buried in, as well as the weather. The lights' flexible design allows them to sway in the wind as plants would, making them an enchanting addition to the backyard at night.
With their multi-purpose design these solar lights would be perfect for avid gardeners.
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