Do you want to play frisbee at dark ?

Then You are at the right place here

The mission

Have fun with friends during the evening and stay fit.

You can even keep social distancing if needed 🙂

Bright idea

It changes the light colour according to the movement.

Colourful interaction

Three different modes of operation

Rechargeable

No more batteries. It is rechargeable through micro USB.

How it works

Frisbee that is not afraid of the dark

Main features

Find the answers you need right here

At rest, the red light pulses (heartbeat). During the flight, the more it rotates the different the colour is. (red-slowest, then orange,yellow,green,blue,purple,pink,white-fastest)

At rest it changes the colour through the rainbow spectrum. At the moment of throw the color stays fixed until it rests again.

Surprise 🙂 You have to try it on your own !

You can use micro USB cable. However the connector tip has to be long enough. Most cables which you can find in your drawer should be fine. During charging red light is on. When the charging is complete the green light is on.

Approximately 6 hours. It depends on the usage and mode. When the battery is low, it rapidly blinks orange and then shuts down to minimise battery wear.

The diameter is (standard) 27cm, Weight about 200g. It is a bit heavier than the standard ultimate frisbee disc.

I uses high-end gyroscope which can withstand high mechanical shock and can sense the largest rotation rate available. 

Unfortunately, no.

What about the price ?

Light(n)ing Frisbee

40

About the project

This project was created to give especially to young people especially the young ones an alternative entertainment beside the smartphones, alcohol and parties

Milan Maxian

It is not me. Not a coffee addict

Our testimonials

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