After creating a responsive cloud lamp that stunned people with its interactive thunderstorms, Richard Clarkson Studio invented yet another incredible nature-inspired creation. This Rain Lamp uses a peristaltic pump to make a dancing wavelike refraction on its light.
The complex pump system has a tiny tube that makes the water precipitate from the water pool to create droplets, which gives ripping effect. The lamp uses an LED light bulb where the light mixes with water and is magnified by its globe shaped structure. The bulb is remarkably bright and economically competent and can last up to 100,000 hours.
You can choose in two different colors: white and brass.
This is how it works.
The only two sizes available are 12 and 16 inches.
The transition of rain droplets are adjustable.
As the water hits the pool, the glass magnifies the light refracts as it projects the floor.
The rain lamp also creates a brilliant trick when three simultaneous droplets fall. There will be a moment when the ripples will toss around altogether and when this happens, the waves of each droplet will form a constructive interference creating a calming effect in the room.
The Rain lamp is insanely soothing. If you’re interested in purchasing it, you can find it online.
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