A new kind of lighting device that’s designed to make people happy has been unveiled by a Jerusalem-based company.
The device has the added benefit of being completely vegan.
“A light that is pure white light is very beautiful, because it reflects and reflects and shows you things that are not always visible with other light,” said Avraham Zalman, a co-founder of Avid, an Israeli company that has been working on the light since 2012.
“This is an alternative light that allows you to be happy, even in dark rooms, without disturbing other people.”
The light, which costs between $100 and $200, is designed to be worn on the forehead or under a wig to create a color changing effect.
It can also be used on the face to show a more natural look.
The lamp’s design is inspired by the rainbow, which is blue and red in color.
It’s a way of creating a visual contrast to the white lights that many Israelis are used to.
“The color changing lighting technology is also very efficient,” Zalmen said.
“It takes less electricity than conventional light bulbs.”
The company’s other product is a “tiffana,” a wooden table lamp that is made from the same wood as the lamps.
It can also create an illusion of depth.
“We want people to have the illusion of seeing the world differently, with a different feel,” Zagman said.
“I don’t want them to see only white, and I don’t like to see white on white.
We wanted to have an interesting design that makes people feel more comfortable.”
Zalman said the company is working with a few other companies and hopes to have it in stores by the end of the year.
“This is a breakthrough for the industry, and we will have the opportunity to help other companies create similar products, Zalmansaid.
Avid’s product comes in two flavors: a white one and a red one.
The white lamp costs $90, while the red one costs between 50 and 100.
It will be available for $50 and $70 in Israel and will be offered for about two weeks before it goes on sale in the United States.