'Diamond Lamps' Offer Illumination to Those with Limited Access to Light

 - Sep 11, 2017
References: littlesun & dezeen
About a quarter of the world's population has limited access to a reliable energy source, prompting lighting company 'Little Sun' to develop 'Diamond Lamps' -- pocket-fitted solar lights that can provide a natural means of illumination virtually anywhere.

The Diamond Lamps are the company's third iteration of solar-powered lights that aim to make lighting more accessible to the masses. This particular model can provide five hours of bright illumination, following five hours of charging in the sunlight. Afterwards, the light will fade into a long-lasting soft glow that provides just the right amount of brightness.

The Diamond Lamps come equipped with a stand, enabling a user to finish homework, read a book, or complete various other tasks.