This is the Lull, a fancy children’s lamp that works in conjunction with the day/night cycle. That is, in the morning the lamp opens open not unlike a flower, shining light on your child’s face. Wake up. In the evening, the lamp closes and slowly dims, allowing your child to fall asleep while counting sheep or some such.
Still only a concept, Lull was designed by Norwegian firm (well, three people) Varmo l Kollstad l Buene. It won a bunch of awards, too, so it’s not some artsy non-achiever.
I don’t know, a neat little device—not everything needs to be absolutely bleeding edge to be worth looking at.