By Evan Ackerman
Nope, this isn’t a super closeup of three LEDs. These are giant (approximately 20:1 scale) LED lamps, each containing 12 (normal sized) LEDs. The LEDs refract through the clear acrylic shell, creating nifty patterns on the wall, which you can see in the picture after the jump. The “LED of LED” lamps were designed by Kei Yamamoto, and were on display at the Gwangju Biennale Foundation’s Bright LED competition. My favorite design placed third; you can check out Rafael Morgan’s bizarre and amazing light drops here. One more picture of the giant LEDs after the jump.