Fast Company- LumaTwist and LumaPivot
November 16, 2010
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When orbiting space, satellites automatically position their solar panels to face the sun, much the way a plant's leaves do. Kelty, the camping company, has devised a flashlight that works on a similar principle. It may not be automatic, but the LumaTwist lantern is still a flashlight that doesn't require a human hand to do it's job: you can drop the LumaTwist wherever you need light and turn the LED panels directly at the focus of your concentration. Like, say, at the fire you should have lit before nightfall.