Designer Miyoshimasato has designed a device that resembles what a flashlight might look like if the Cupertino bad-boys had designed one (that is if the white color of their Apple headquarters doesn’t cause a reflective faux day light at all hours, like some sort of tech inspired Alaskan winter). The iLight has a sleek, buttonless body, that would rely on touch navigation to power on the ray of light.
To increase of decrease the luminance, just flick your finger up or down the panel. The glowing Apple logo shows you how much battery life is left in the iLight, which can be charged with its built-in USB port. — Andrew Dobrow