Mathmos Space Projector | Oil Wheel & Graphic Pack Please see slide below.

The 1990s saw the introduction of the Mathmos Space Projector, an oil wheel projector. Simply place an oil wheel slide into the Space Projector and watch the mesmerising patterns appear on the surface of the projection.

In the 2000s, Mathmos added the option of graphic packs, described as: "Surreal Wallpaper", which presents graphic slides which tell a story as they spin. Below one can see the Mathmos Space Projector in various colours, oil wheel slides, instructions, a Space Projector sales popup card and projections. Mathmos' Space Projector takes the magic and the chaotic nature of their iconic invention of the lava lamp and transposes it onto a surface. The images below display Space Projector, slides and projections.

Mathmos LED Lights & Mathmos Mobiles | Mathmos Mobiles Bubble, Tumbler & Aduki LED lights Please see slide below.

In the year 2000, Mathmos introduced a new range of lighting, unlike anything the world had ever seen before, utilsing LED technology and waving goodbye to the use of bulbs. The first product of this class was Bubble, designed by Aaron Rincover. Bubble changed Mathmos, in turn creating a wave of future lighting technologies and created a whole new category of products at Mathmos. Directly below one can see a vintage Mathmos London Modern brochure which also displays Ross Lovegrove's Fluidium lava lamp, a modernist take on the lava lamp.

Bubble is a soft, tactile light that can simply be squeezed to switch it on and off, removing the need for traditional switches. Bubble was the very first Mathmos Mobile, which allows Bubble to operate cordlessly indoors and outdoors. Bubble can be seen below with an accessory named Bubble Nest, that provided a home for the Mathmos bubble, creating a pool of light inside when the Bubble is placed within. Bubble Nest was also wall mountable. Bubble was followed by Tumbler, an interactive glass rectangular light, that would change via its orientation.

Tumbler was then followed by the wildly popular Aduki Mathmos Mobile. Mathmos' Aduki is a portable teardrop shaped light that features Mathmos' signature colour changing technology and the ability to be paused on a colour. Mathmos Aduki can be hung via the included string and using the smiley face on the reverse of Aduki. In the later 2000s, Mathmos introduced a version of Aduki with a mirrored finished top, named Aduki Ni. Bubble, Tumber and Aduki are all Mathmos Mobiles and can be charged up just like a mobile phone and then used cordlessly. Below one can see a range of Mathmos LED lights released over the years. Please see the assorted images below.

Mathmos Bubble Mathmos Mobiles LED lights. Please see slide below.

Mathmos Bubble, Bubble Nest, Mathmos Tumbler, Mathmos Aduki Please see slide below.

Mathmos Tumbler | Interactive LED Tumbler light. Please see slide below.

Mathmos Aduki | A Pebble of LED Colour-Changing Light. Please see slide below.

Mathmos Soflight | Minilamp | Ghost | Blimp Mathmos LED Lights Please see slide below.

In the 2000s, Mathmos developed a range of Softlights, mains powered LED colour changing lights. Designs such as Minilamp, Ghost and Blimp became very popular. Minilamp looks like a mini lamp but unlike traditional lamps, as it changes colour via smooth rainbow colour LED phasing, tripping you out. Each of the wonderful Softlights from Mathmos were manufactured from glass and feature Mathmos' soft pressing technology to simply press down to switch on and off. Mathmos also released a larger version of the Blimp named: Big Blimp.

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