Rochus Jacob designed this interesting take on a Murakami rocking chair. Attached to the back of the chair is an OLED lamp on a pole. Now that’s not a lampshade you’re seeing in the picture- that’s the actual lamp itself- it’s shaped like a lampshade! The light is powered by kinetic energy from the power of you rocking the chair. It’s just a design concept since I (non-scientifically, natch) believe that simply rocking a chair would not really produce enough energy to produce much light, even if it was a highly efficient OLED light. But maybe I just don’t rock hard enough.
at unplggd via gizmodo