The Dutch designer of products Ermi van Oers created Living Light: plants that produce lighting or light that produces plants?
Any way you see it will impress you. Light is produced from electricity produced by bacteria on the ground.
Let's see how it works:
During the photosynthesis process, plants release organic compounds to the soil. This makes bacteria produce electrons and protons, which are then used in a similar way as a traditional battery.
Continue: Healthier plants produce more energy. If you care for your plants properly, Living Light will produce you up to 0,1 mW. Enough to use it as a night light, but it is not enough to properly illuminate a room.
Together with Plant-E, another Dutch plant specializing in plant energy, Van Oers is currently examining ways to increase Living Light energy efficiency.
"We are now completing the original. Our first batch, which will contain 50 pieces, we hope will be sent to our customers in early 2018. "