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April 10, 2007

Remote Controlled Light Bulb

at 2:36 pm. Filed under Funny Hacks, What Were They Thinking

Do you have too many remotes in your house? Well a few more can’t hurt, why not install a few of these LED lights that come with a 24 button remote control! With features like strobe and disco this device could double as an epileptic detection machine.

“Specifications:
- Led bulb to save energy
- Over 15 colors (including white) to choose from
- High/Medium/Low switch
- Around 2.5 meters IR remote control distance
- 10,000 hours life span
- 4 mode color transitions
- E27 standard connection”


 

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21 Responses to “Remote Controlled Light Bulb”

  1. Chia Says:

    ok, so who’s gonna be the first to hack a pc controller for this and make a cheap dj setup?

  2. liesofxiii Says:

    This is actually really cool, prolly the cheapest RGB house lighting setup I’ve ever seen, not to mention that it can replace normal lightbulbs to save energy. Any idea on what the mcd for the leds are? I’d like to make it a bit brighter, looks like something i’ll prolly pickup. Awesome find alan :)

  3. Sean Says:

    somewhat amusing

  4. Bill Says:

    Colour control is easy enough – see [url=http://homepage.ntlworld.com/bill_todd/leddriver/index.html]my web site[/url]

  5. Paul Says:

    would be cool to have it controlled by a computer, synch’d to music

  6. Alan Parekh Says:

    Not sure how bright it is but I am thinking that this may be a product that could be easily hacked into a nice remote controlled LED wall washer.
    http://www.svision.com/app_architectural_ww.html#

  7. Domokyo » Bombilla con mando a distancia Says:

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  8. liesofxiii Says:

    wouldnt take much effort to make that remote usb and controll your house lighting via your comp : )

  9. Kevin Says:

    This it awesome Leds are the greatest thing… next to sliced bread.

  10. Hexypoo Says:

    Its crazy how awesome leds are. Its great how much you can do with them and also how little power they consume.

  11. Clark Hummell Says:

    I’m going to their site right now! This’ll be a great addition to any live show.

  12. Three Leaf Tech - Technology Blog Says:

    [...] Hacked Gadgets – Remote control light bulb … Brilliant and bizarre at the same time. [...]

  13. bram Says:

    philips ambilight anyone?….

  14. gordon Says:

    I have two remote control bulbs which fitted into a normal light socket now dead.
    1 operated by noise eg a clap of the hands \or a bang
    2 operated simply by movement
    whrer can i get replacements. B&Q used to sell them

  15. light bulb Says:

    I think CFL are better than LED. Infact the new cold cathode technology is starting to show promise in CFL.s I wish they would make ICB (induction compact Bulbs) in lower wattages. these would be the best light source yet.

  16. Melissa Says:

    How much is it???

  17. Alan Parekh Says:

    Hi Melissa,

    There is a link in the article.
    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.2512~r.30909880

  18. Dayton Sign Man Says:

    I’m not sure that led are that good yet

  19. Pancho del Rancho Says:

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  20. Pancho del Rancho Says:

    Quiero a cojerme a melissa pinche vieja chichona vato mmmmm mija te como

  21. mikel Says:

    could you send me the whole speculation how this works????tnx

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