The single-celled marine algae Chlorella produces a substantial amount of the world demand of oxygen and also increasingly enters the look of food researchers-why do I use the hardworking micro plant not in technical terms?
The Hungarian designer Gyula Bodonyi has taken up this challenge. He developed the AlgaeBulb, a LED lamp with E27 standard screw-in thread, which, however, uses no electricity, but water and carbon dioxide.
The two raw materials are fed through tubes next to the lamp socket and supply the Chlorella algae inside the light bulb, which however bigger because of the tank as a “normal” LED. We know already: here is a concept and oblivious to what you could buy today in the hardware store.
Still on a very interesting track is located Bodonyi: single-celled algae as an energy supplier, which consume fortunately even annoying carbon dioxide. The AlgaeBulb works in the off condition dark green and emits a slightly greenish, mild light into the switched on.Used in larger quantities and fitted with filters against the greenish tint the invention could quite make an important contribution to sustainable lighting of buildings and outdoor areas.
A breath of fresh air…. : Yanko Design
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