Light strips can light a whole room efficiently and effectively. Making hard the to reach bright. But it can also add to the ambiance in unique ways, to fit your mood, to fit your style. Strip lighting can be fully controllable for Smart Lighting, place almost anywhere in a room and doesn’t need a fixture. It helps you see without being seen.
My sister sent me a link about Quarantine Rainbows. So my son and I tried our hands at it. This rainbow can even be seen at night.
Dancing Light Personal Lights and a 4 USB hub did the job. Add a little clear tape and you have a around the clock rainbow.
Dancing Light Personal Lighting, can help the waitress see you for breakfast too.
Personal Lighting that changes with you. From Dancing Light Array.
I have never seen the snow this low on the mountains, here in SO Cal. It made me feel exhilarated.
It also seems inspired others to stop for a moment and enjoy being outside. When I pulled into a parking lot to take a photo, there was already someone else taking the same photo!
Perhaps the snow lifted other peoples spirits. After dropping my son off at daycare, I went for a run. I saw five or six other people running and one person doing aerobic dance in a park. This is very unusual.
I felt like I was in China again. Where people exercise in the parks, in the morning. Except the people I saw weren’t retirees. They ranged in age from college age, to middle age, to me.
The college age runners, waiting for a traffic light, smiled and said hello to me, as I strode pass. It made my day!
I run in the mornings so I like when we fall back to Daylight Real Time. But many people workout in the evening, or get home in the dark now.
Dancing Light Personal Lights help you be seen and light your way home in living color.
Keeping the solar system fun, with Dancing Light Swords.
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I just concluded another showing at the PVAA, in Montclair, CA. This time they had a reception for the artist, which is always fun, because you get to meet the other artists.
I have three pieces in the Pomona Valley Art Association latest exhibit, until March 12th, 2019.