Former Audi Designer Develops Star Wars Inspired Bike Lights To Increase Safety In Traffic
The result can be spectacular when lightsabers and minimalism collide. Former car designer, Octavian Richea, decided to take a radical approach on the classical bike light design. The LUMMA Lights concept challenges the single light method used by bikes today.
To determine the exact width of the bicycle, four LEDs and two lasers are mounted at each end of the handlebar. A sort of lightsabers to cut your way in traffic.
When it hits the shelves in mid-November, the device will allow riders to create a light contour around the bike that is visible from any angle.
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