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Totally Geeky or Geek Chic? Laserpod Light

The Laserpod was created by lighting artist Chris Levine, who is known for his work in hot UK clubs like Sketch and Kabaret's Prophecy, in conjunction with fashion photographer Mario Testino. Using the latest in laser, LED and crystal optics, the Laserpod brings science and nature together to create ever-changing organic light forms.

The lava lamp-esque creation was made to mimic spectacular celestial phenomena and can either project small rotating lasers on your ceiling, or light up a more traditional lava lamp cylinder top (it comes with one opal and one purple top for your changing moods). Get your own Laserpod for $89.95. It's trippy, man.

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Tiinnaaaa Tiinnaaaa 10 years
macgirl macgirl 10 years
Why does the sight of this thing make me want my husband to come home early from work?...
7bits 7bits 10 years
I'm constanly turned on by this thing as it sits on my desk at work.
riotgeek riotgeek 10 years
It's cool, but waaaaaay overpriced.
baltimoregal baltimoregal 10 years
My thoughts too! Either a big cosmic pill or a big cosmic vibrator. Either way, not so much something I want on display. BaltimoreGal
Tech Tech 10 years
Yeah, I noticed that.
controlledspin controlledspin 10 years
Um, that looks like that should be something dirty.
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