The Moon Lamp Night Light is a beautiful and realistic replica of the Moon itself. It provides a soft light for a bedside and can be a carry-along night light to light the way down the hall.
The design is based on a 2-dimensional topographic map of the Moon. A model is built with a 3D modeling program based on the map, then the shell is printed using a 3D printer. Finally, it is assembled with an LED light.
The Moon Light uses no traditional electricity and can be charged on a USB port. Once charged, it doesn’t need to be plugged in. It uses touch control to change the brightness and colors.
King tides, the highest predicted high tide of the year, occur when the orbits and alignment of the Earth, moon, and sun combine to produce the greatest tidal effect. As sea levels rise, the tides are increasing. King tides provide a glimpse of future everyday water levels, and they are a way to communicate local sea level rise impacts over long time periods.