To the average person, LED lights aren’t something to get overly excited about.
People understand that they are an environmentally friendly solution and that they can save money when used in residential and commercial properties, but little do they know how some of the content creators on YouTube have used LED lights in other innovative ways. LED lighting specialists LEDified share the following viral videos.
Water cooled 72,000 LED flashlight
We are fortunate to be living in an age where we can use our smartphones as a torch to improve our visibility at night. There are times when more light is needed and there are some powerful flashlights on the market. But this guy has taken things to another level.
In the video, he has created a homemade light that can actually light up a field. In the video, he explains how he developed the light and demonstrates its use at night.
Make an LED Illusion mirror.
The gentleman in this video shows a simple way to create an optical illusion with LED lights and a mirror. The illusion is portal like and can be great for adding a different interior design dynamic to your home or office.
Create your own emergency LED light.
If you are familiar with the classic television show MacGyver, he would be able to create an invention in an emergency situation. It’s not uncommon for people to experience power cuts, so you can become a ‘hero at home’ by learning the following tutorial, which teaches how to create an emergency LED light.
Grow hydroponic food with LED lights.
Have you ever considered growing your own food?
If you live in an apartment block, then it’s unlikely that you will have the outdoor space to do so. An alternative is to grow your food indoors by using a hydroponic setup. You can learn more details by watching the video below.
Homebuilt 200W laser bazooka.
You have to see it to believe it. This young man decided to build a homemade laser from spare parts and actually tests the laser on home items such as wood and balloons. The light from the laser shines so brightly that he has to wear dark sunglasses to protect his eyes. The video has racked up over 3 million views since it was first published in 2016.
1000 degree hot knife vs LED light
There’s been a few of these types of videos floating around on the web. There just so happens to be one where there is an attempt to slice an LED light as well. Watch the video below to see how the experiment turned out?
Are there any other interesting LED light videos that you think should be shared? Let us know in the comments below.