Bring Sunshine to Your Room with Bright Blind

Would you like more sunshine in your room? Does your room have no windows for the sun to come in? Now there’s a ‘pretend’ window you can just put up on the wall.

Makoto Hirahara designed the Bright Blind, which is a fake window for overworked individuals who are stuck all day long in a windowless room; it creates a clever illusion of sunlight. This window uses electroluminescent sheets to present the appearance of bright light, similar to the sun. If the light gets a bit too bright, simply adjust the blind as you would with a real one.

Although many places claim Bright Blind is just a concept for now, gnr8 mention that these custom-made windows are currently available. Whether it is a finished product or a concept, this is pretty cool, don’t you think?

Bring Sunshine in Your Room with Bright Blind

Via: Crave

21 thoughts on “Bring Sunshine to Your Room with Bright Blind

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  2. SadPanda.

    It would be so cool if I simply could create the illusion that I’m not a lemming anymore that plunges to death every single day. Just to make my boss a little richer.

    Gee, really thanks for this really cool thing that doesn’t even exit.

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  4. Free Tarot.

    Dear Shandooga:

    > “such self-deception is expected from Americans”

    Last time I checked Makoto Hirahara was a Japanese name. But how would you know coming from a place where no foreigners would want to be?

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  5. David Dunn.

    Nice idea, could prove difficult in those business meetings when your colleague doesn’t know it isn’t real and tries to have a look out of it ๐Ÿ˜€

    Definitely a great idea for those small, dark, window-less rooms.

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  6. Tal Siach.

    Thank you very much for your comments.

    I believe it is a cool idea if no windows are ready. I guess it could be considered self-deception, since a real window would probably be the best solution. Sometimes though, a window may not be able to be made.

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  7. Tal Siach.

    Hey Neece,

    I think that just adding a little light to a windowless room would do good for people. By giving the illusion of it being a window, it could create a good feeling as well. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  8. Neece.

    Nice find, Tal. This would be very cool for a windowless room. I wonder if they generate the kind of full spectrum light that would be good for people as well?

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