Designed by Georgia-based industrial design student Nicholas Baker, the Prism Nightlight is a minimalist, battery-powered nightlight that turns on and off by tilting it like a seesaw. The nightlight is just a prototype but you can learn more about it via http://nicholas-baker.com/
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Designed by Georgia-based industrial design student Nicholas Baker, the Prism Nightlight is a minimalist, battery-powered nightlight that turns on and off by tilting it like a seesaw. The nightlight is just a prototype but you can learn more about it via http://nicholas-baker.com/
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Designed by Georgia-based industrial design student Nicholas Baker, the Prism Nightlight is a minimalist, battery-powered nightlight that turns on and off by tilting it like a seesaw. The nightlight is just a prototype but you can learn more about it via http://nicholas-baker.com/
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Designed by Georgia-based industrial design student Nicholas Baker, the Prism Nightlight is a minimalist, battery-powered nightlight that turns on and off by tilting it like a seesaw. The nightlight is just a prototype but you can learn more about it via http://nicholas-baker.com/
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Designed by Georgia-based industrial design student Nicholas Baker, the Prism Nightlight is a minimalist, battery-powered nightlight that turns on and off by tilting it like a seesaw. The nightlight is just a prototype but you can learn more about it via http://nicholas-baker.com/

While vacationing on the Maldives Islands, Taiwanese photographer Will Ho stumbled onto an incredible stretch of beach covered in millions of bioluminescent phytoplankton. These tiny organisms glow similarly to fireflies and tend to emit light when stressed, such as when waves crash or when they are otherwise agitated. While the phenomenon and its chemical mechanisms have been known for some time, biologists have only recently began to understand the reasons behind it.
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While vacationing on the Maldives Islands, Taiwanese photographer Will Ho stumbled onto an incredible stretch of beach covered in millions of bioluminescent phytoplankton. These tiny organisms glow similarly to fireflies and tend to emit light when stressed, such as when waves crash or when they are otherwise agitated. While the phenomenon and its chemical mechanisms have been known for some time, biologists have only recently began to understand the reasons behind it.
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While vacationing on the Maldives Islands, Taiwanese photographer Will Ho stumbled onto an incredible stretch of beach covered in millions of bioluminescent phytoplankton. These tiny organisms glow similarly to fireflies and tend to emit light when stressed, such as when waves crash or when they are otherwise agitated. While the phenomenon and its chemical mechanisms have been known for some time, biologists have only recently began to understand the reasons behind it.
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While vacationing on the Maldives Islands, Taiwanese photographer Will Ho stumbled onto an incredible stretch of beach covered in millions of bioluminescent phytoplankton. These tiny organisms glow similarly to fireflies and tend to emit light when stressed, such as when waves crash or when they are otherwise agitated. While the phenomenon and its chemical mechanisms have been known for some time, biologists have only recently began to understand the reasons behind it.
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While vacationing on the Maldives Islands, Taiwanese photographer Will Ho stumbled onto an incredible stretch of beach covered in millions of bioluminescent phytoplankton. These tiny organisms glow similarly to fireflies and tend to emit light when stressed, such as when waves crash or when they are otherwise agitated. While the phenomenon and its chemical mechanisms have been known for some time, biologists have only recently began to understand the reasons behind it.
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While vacationing on the Maldives Islands, Taiwanese photographer Will Ho stumbled onto an incredible stretch of beach covered in millions of bioluminescent phytoplankton. These tiny organisms glow similarly to fireflies and tend to emit light when stressed, such as when waves crash or when they are otherwise agitated. While the phenomenon and its chemical mechanisms have been known for some time, biologists have only recently began to understand the reasons behind it.
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While vacationing on the Maldives Islands, Taiwanese photographer Will Ho stumbled onto an incredible stretch of beach covered in millions of bioluminescent phytoplankton. These tiny organisms glow similarly to fireflies and tend to emit light when stressed, such as when waves crash or when they are otherwise agitated. While the phenomenon and its chemical mechanisms have been known for some time, biologists have only recently began to understand the reasons behind it.

“The glow-in-the-dark reports were placed in a special room designed by Brigada that would automatically dim its light whenever someone entered the room. Readers were then treated to the world’s first glow-in-the-dark book, which undoubtedly made it easier to comb through all of the facts and figures presented before them.”
Good ideas glow in the dark by Bruketa & Zinic
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“The glow-in-the-dark reports were placed in a special room designed by Brigada that would automatically dim its light whenever someone entered the room. Readers were then treated to the world’s first glow-in-the-dark book, which undoubtedly made it easier to comb through all of the facts and figures presented before them.”
Good ideas glow in the dark by Bruketa & Zinic
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“The glow-in-the-dark reports were placed in a special room designed by Brigada that would automatically dim its light whenever someone entered the room. Readers were then treated to the world’s first glow-in-the-dark book, which undoubtedly made it easier to comb through all of the facts and figures presented before them.”
Good ideas glow in the dark by Bruketa & Zinic
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“The glow-in-the-dark reports were placed in a special room designed by Brigada that would automatically dim its light whenever someone entered the room. Readers were then treated to the world’s first glow-in-the-dark book, which undoubtedly made it easier to comb through all of the facts and figures presented before them.”
Good ideas glow in the dark by Bruketa & Zinic
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“The glow-in-the-dark reports were placed in a special room designed by Brigada that would automatically dim its light whenever someone entered the room. Readers were then treated to the world’s first glow-in-the-dark book, which undoubtedly made it easier to comb through all of the facts and figures presented before them.”
Good ideas glow in the dark by Bruketa & Zinic
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“The glow-in-the-dark reports were placed in a special room designed by Brigada that would automatically dim its light whenever someone entered the room. Readers were then treated to the world’s first glow-in-the-dark book, which undoubtedly made it easier to comb through all of the facts and figures presented before them.”
Good ideas glow in the dark by Bruketa & Zinic
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“The glow-in-the-dark reports were placed in a special room designed by Brigada that would automatically dim its light whenever someone entered the room. Readers were then treated to the world’s first glow-in-the-dark book, which undoubtedly made it easier to comb through all of the facts and figures presented before them.”

Good ideas glow in the dark by Bruketa & Zinic

Htet T. San is a Burmese photographer based in New York. To create this gorgeous series entitled “The Frail Second”, the photographer visited a number of beaches around New York to capture the concept of “the complete nothingness” through reflections of people seen in the wet sand.“Each of the photographs shows a human figure walking, running, or playing on the beach. They appear to be reflections, but look closer and you’ll see that neither up nor down shows the real world.The images are disorienting due to the fact that they’re actually blended composite images created by stacking multiple images.”
The Frail Second: Photo Series by http://www.htettsan.com/
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Htet T. San is a Burmese photographer based in New York. To create this gorgeous series entitled “The Frail Second”, the photographer visited a number of beaches around New York to capture the concept of “the complete nothingness” through reflections of people seen in the wet sand.“Each of the photographs shows a human figure walking, running, or playing on the beach. They appear to be reflections, but look closer and you’ll see that neither up nor down shows the real world.The images are disorienting due to the fact that they’re actually blended composite images created by stacking multiple images.”
The Frail Second: Photo Series by http://www.htettsan.com/
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Htet T. San is a Burmese photographer based in New York. To create this gorgeous series entitled “The Frail Second”, the photographer visited a number of beaches around New York to capture the concept of “the complete nothingness” through reflections of people seen in the wet sand.“Each of the photographs shows a human figure walking, running, or playing on the beach. They appear to be reflections, but look closer and you’ll see that neither up nor down shows the real world.The images are disorienting due to the fact that they’re actually blended composite images created by stacking multiple images.”
The Frail Second: Photo Series by http://www.htettsan.com/
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Htet T. San is a Burmese photographer based in New York. To create this gorgeous series entitled “The Frail Second”, the photographer visited a number of beaches around New York to capture the concept of “the complete nothingness” through reflections of people seen in the wet sand.“Each of the photographs shows a human figure walking, running, or playing on the beach. They appear to be reflections, but look closer and you’ll see that neither up nor down shows the real world.The images are disorienting due to the fact that they’re actually blended composite images created by stacking multiple images.”
The Frail Second: Photo Series by http://www.htettsan.com/
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Htet T. San is a Burmese photographer based in New York. To create this gorgeous series entitled “The Frail Second”, the photographer visited a number of beaches around New York to capture the concept of “the complete nothingness” through reflections of people seen in the wet sand.“Each of the photographs shows a human figure walking, running, or playing on the beach. They appear to be reflections, but look closer and you’ll see that neither up nor down shows the real world.The images are disorienting due to the fact that they’re actually blended composite images created by stacking multiple images.”
The Frail Second: Photo Series by http://www.htettsan.com/
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Htet T. San is a Burmese photographer based in New York. To create this gorgeous series entitled “The Frail Second”, the photographer visited a number of beaches around New York to capture the concept of “the complete nothingness” through reflections of people seen in the wet sand.“Each of the photographs shows a human figure walking, running, or playing on the beach. They appear to be reflections, but look closer and you’ll see that neither up nor down shows the real world.The images are disorienting due to the fact that they’re actually blended composite images created by stacking multiple images.”
The Frail Second: Photo Series by http://www.htettsan.com/
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Htet T. San is a Burmese photographer based in New York. To create this gorgeous series entitled “The Frail Second”, the photographer visited a number of beaches around New York to capture the concept of “the complete nothingness” through reflections of people seen in the wet sand.

“Each of the photographs shows a human figure walking, running, or playing on the beach. They appear to be reflections, but look closer and you’ll see that neither up nor down shows the real world.

The images are disorienting due to the fact that they’re actually blended composite images created by stacking multiple images.”

The Frail Second: Photo Series by http://www.htettsan.com/