Mathmos Eclipse Lights | Lunar Eclipse & Solar Eclipse Please see slide below.

Lunar and Solar Eclipse lights from Mathmos were released in the 2000s and are beautiful spherical metal and glass LED lights, that created a truly new effect in the world of lighting. Solar and Lunar eclipse create stunning jewel like effects, as they reflect colour changing LED light into the reverse of a mirrored sphere. Solar Eclipse features warm colours and Lunar Eclipse features more cooler colours such as blues. Lunar Eclipse also emits light via a wired mesh diffuser creating stunning patterns within the lamp. One can see the Mathmos Lunar and Solar Eclipse below. They are just too beautiful.

Mathmos Babushka | The Infinity LED Light Fantastic Please see slide below.

Babushka from Mathmos is an LED colour-changing light that features an infinity mirror within the lamp. Babushka plays homage to the traditional Russian nesting dolls and features the LED light mirrored to infinity within for a truly unique effect. Look into Mathmos' Babushka and see Infinity.

Mathmos Blob & Flow | Mathmos USB Light Pets | Touch Sensitive LED Lights Please see slide below.

Mathmos Blob and Flow light pets are LED interactive lights that can be powered via the mains or simply via USB. These wonderful little creatures can be controlled by interaction and are a wonderful addition to the Mathmos ever-changing LED lighting range. Blob features blue eyes and Flow features Red eyes. Touch them, they are so cute ...

Mathmos Jelly | USB or Mains Powered | Jelly Lights - Colour Changing Light Please see slide below.

Mathmos Jelly presents a colour changing LED light in the form of a Jelly that can be mains powered or USB powered for a fun, unique light. Marketed by Mathmos, as their first lamp for children, Jelly is both fun and safe and is plastic, ideal for children. One can pause Jelly on a specific colour and Jelly features infinite colours.

Mathmos Teardrop Colour Changing Light Please see slide below.

Mathmos Bump Lantern Please see slide below.

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. | Mathmos Airswitch | Innovative Touchless Lights from Mathmos Please see slides below.

In the 2000s, Mathmos developed a new kind of functional light, titled Airswitch. Airswitch by Mathmos uses sensory technology to allow it be controlled by simply waving your hand over the design to switch the lamp on and off and in some models one can also control the brightness by moving your hand up and down over the the lamp. Below one can see two examples of Mathmos Airswitch designs: Mathmos Airswitch TC & Mathmos AZ Baby.

Mathmos Ltd | 2000s CandleLight Innovations Please see slides below.

In the later 2000s Mathmos entered the candle powered lamp market with products such as Float. Float features a unique design that automatically allows a candle to float in water and stay alight to create a beautiful unique effect. Thaw from Mathmos in a unique DIY Ice candle kit, that contains a freezable mould. Simply fill the mould with water and pop into the freezer. The result will be a tubular ice sculpture that is then placed on the Thaw itself. Simply place a candle in the centre of Thaw to create beautiful effects of fire and ice. Melt from Mathmos are pressed glass tea-light holders which give the illusion of wax melting. Revolution by Mathmos presents a spinning graphic candle light, that spins from the heat generated by two tea-lights to create a beautiful effect. Please see the images below.

The British Invention of the Mathmos Astro lava lamp Please see slide below.

In 1963, Edward Craven Walker, the inventor of the Astro lava lamp, changed the world with the introduction of the world's very first lava lamp, known as the Astro lamp. The Astro lamp changed the world of lighting and introduced a new concept, to a world that had never seen lighting presented in a chaotic, liquid fashion. Since 1963, the Astro lamp is a proud, iconic and British invention, still manufactured with pride and care in the United Kingdom by Mathmos. The images below showcase the beautiful iconic form of the Astro lamp. The iconic Astro lamp became so popular that it would become a range of products including: Astro Nordic, Astro Lantern and Astro Mini, to name just a few. The lava lamp is a British Icon.

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