Philips Electronics has unveiled their Imagination Light Canvas—a 14' long 6' high interactive wall that features 1,420 LED lights animated by touchscreen and proprietary Philips technologies. Visitors to the new Mercy Medical Center in Rogers, Arkansas, will soon be able to "paint with light" using an entire spectrum of colors and shapes. And, despite all of the fancy technology, the entire wall will only consume the daily energy equivalent of your average toaster.
While there are other LED gadgets out there that have similar touch technology, this generous gift will surely go a long way in helping alleviate some of the stress that families feel in the waiting room waiting for a child to be born. Now if they could only install one in my local DMV. [Philips]