I’ve always wanted to capture a firefly although, now that I come to think of it, I don’t think I’ve ever even encountered one before. At least with these Tin Can Lights it will feel like I have. Actually, if I’m already going down the road of imagination, I might as well pretend that I’ve caught a fairy—may be even Tinker Bell!
Designed by Adi Zaffran and David Keller, the Tinker Bell lights, a.k.a Tin Can Lights, lend the perfect glow for either an evening party on the porch or a nightlight to keep those pesky monsters at bay (at least, that’s what you can tell the kids right after convincing them Tinker Bell is operating the whole thing).
Adi Zaffran and David Keller's Illuminating Invention
1. Eco-friendly Lighting - Due to people's increasing concerns for the environment, businesses can consider creating lighting products that are made out of recycled materials.
2. DIY Lighting Kits - By providing Tin Can Light kits, businesses can enable customers to create their own Tinker Bell-inspired lights, giving them a unique lighting solution that they can take pride in creating themselves.
3. Smart Lighting Technology - Incorporating smart lighting technology to Tin Can Lights, businesses can offer customers a new level of convenience and control in their lighting, such as having the ability to adjust brightness or turning lights on/off with a voice command.
1. Home Decor Industry - Innovative products like Tin Can Lights can provide a unique lighting solution that complements the decor of the home, and offer an opportunity for the home decor industry to introduce new, interesting products that can cater to people's creative and functional needs.
2. Crafts and DIY Industry - Tin Can Light kits can give businesses a new opportunity to tap into the DIY culture by providing materials that creatives can use to make Tinker Bell lights of their own, and by doing so enabling them to design creative and original lighting products.
3. Education Industry - Assembling Tin Can Lights can also serve an educational purpose, loke schools and other educational institutions that have programs related to arts, crafts, and engineering to incorporate these kinds of kits as a fun and beneficial activity geared towards creativity and learning about electronic circuits and upcycling objects.