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A Chandelier Fit For a Mad Scientist's Lair

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No, that's not a sentinel hanging from this family's ceiling. It's one hundred petri dishes attached to 15,000 feet of fiber optics...perhaps pausing for a moment before reaching down to strike at those dining below?

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Illustration for article titled A Chandelier Fit For a Mad Scientists Lair

Bacterioptica, as the chandelier is named, is designed to be a growing, changing household organism. By interchanging different sized petri dishes, adjusting the lighting intensity, and altering stem and arm lengths, the chandelier can be reconfigured infinitely many ways. If you look closely, you can see how it would make a kick-ass Alien. Or maybe I'm just projecting... [MADLAB via MocoLoco]

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