It’s a PC, No It’s a Lamp. Wait, It’s Kinda Both

Turning Lamp is a PC mounted on a lamp base. It uses tactile interfaces people are familiar with when turning lamps on so a pull of a cord activates one of the 4 faces. Each face can display something different, i.e. – weather, news, email, music player, etc. The whole thing works wirelessly (natch) and comes with a fold out touchscreen keyboard. A unique aspect of the Turning Lamp enables multiple people to use it at once so users can work on something entirely different on each of the four screens.

Designer: Seungchan Lee

36 Comments

  • Flyboy says:

    is there a touchsceen OLED out there – some kind of Rubik’s cube PC?

    I like this – but the screen format would drive me nuts (not that that would be hard).

  • Flyboy says:

    i could go for the keyboard on its own.

  • Bokusatsu_Tenshi says:

    The whole concept is neat… but this wouldn’t replace a normal PC.
    Would be great as a lamp with adicional functions though.

  • Hudson says:

    it will be grate if it have 360 degree screen.

  • LYNN says:

    I LUV IT! HOW CAN I GET IT???????

  • Passer-by says:

    Oh ma goodness. It’s prettyyyyyyyyyehhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! Xo

  • zainirelscyte says:

    love the keyboard XD

  • zainirelscyte says:

    love the keyboard XD

  • shushu says:

    watch your heart skip a beat when you hit it by mistake and life goes in slow motion.

  • shushu says:

    watch your heart skip a beat when you hit it by mistake and life goes in slow motion.

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