Designing with LEDs is finally made easy.
An elegant & modular toolkit that enables you to easily build modern lamps, while making use of the advantages of High Power LED technology.
Coming soon to:
The latest and greatest prototypes!
Build the lamp of your dreams in 4 simple steps
Building lamps with LEDs is hard. And yet, it does not have to be. With LEDbits, you have complete freedom to build beautiful, high quality lights, without the hassle of electronical and thermal management.
Just choose your light color, shape the form of your beam and hit up your controls. Pick one of our many plug and play controls, or build your ofwn with Arduino or Raspberry Pi. And with the large selection of connectors, the modules attach to virtually every material to blend seamlessly in your lamp design.
Step 1: Choose your color
With LEDbits, you can make lights ranging from cosy warm to vivid cool white. Choose the color that fits your mood!
Step 2: Shape your beam
Do you want a spot, or to light the environment? Mold your light in the exact shape that you desire.
Step 3: Choose your controls
Going for a capacitive touch dimmer? Control it with your Arduino or Raspberry Pi? Or just a simple on/off switch? You decide!
Step 4: Attach it to your fixture
Whether you like to carve from wood, 3D-print, or work with metal, silk, cork. You can always attach a LEDbit in the way that fits best in your material.
Meet the modules
Meet the building blocks that make the magic happen. Plug 'em in and Play away!
The LED modules
Pictured: Cold white module with 90+ CRI
The LENS modules
Pictured: Medium sized spot lens module
The CONTROL modules
Pictured: Module with toggle switch & PWM
The FASTENING modules
Pictured: Magnetic LED attachment module
We are building a community of makers with LEDbits. See what amazing things creative people are doing with LEDbits, and get inspired for your next project!
3D Printed Photo Frame
3D Printed Monkey Head
(design by Jason Quinlan, printed by 3D-Druckzentrum Ruhr.)
Wood Grain Deco Lamp
Felt Flower Lamp
Hanging Paper Maché Lamp
(design by Julia Magr.)
A Man's Head
Laser Cutted Night Light
Stacks (by David van Gelder de Neufville)
Improvised Task Lighting
Philip Ross combines a PhD in intelligent lighting design (TU/e, cum laude) with a Ma in Industrial Design (TU Delft, cum laude). He combines perception theory with experience-driven design techniques, and created several award-winning designs.
Nikolai Gillissen just graduated a BSc Industrial Design from Eindhoven University of Technology. His enterpreneurial character, combined with his love for design, groundbreaking technologies and sustainable businesses fuels his passion for LEDbits.
The LEDbits project is almost ready to launch! Over two years of research and design, and we’re finally confident to show it to the world. We are working hard to finalize the designs and prepare the production.