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Hi.

My partner and I have this idea of smart devices that are really expressive, have a lot of personality, and are a little weird but cute. We've spent the last 4 months in the electronics candy land of Shenzhen learning how to build and manufacture products. We came up with our first device, an Arduino-compatible lamp. We called him Clyde.

Some photos: http://imgur.com/a/O5V8j

A bit of shameless Kickstarter promo: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/metamanda/clyde-an-expressive-lamp-for-creative-homes

I hope you like him.
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Very nice design, and good promo!

I can imagine my daughter using one or two of the legs to hang some (ear) rings/bracelets .
I see add-on possibilities
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Very impressive work. "baked" immediately  smiley-money
I like creatinve things with light and LEDs and this lamp is really amazing. Giving the owner the chance to extend this thing by own ideas is brilliant.
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Thanks for the kind words.

Rob: I like that idea of hanging stuff from the legs. I didn't think of that before.
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