Solight, designed by Taehwan Ji, Park Jinyoung and Jeon Suhyeon, is a solar powered light, which works well when attached to a completely transparent window where sunlight falls directly. It relies on solar panels to generate maximum energy. Solight consists of a series of solar panels, which also works as gluing pads to attach the Solight on the window. The solar panels absorb sunlight during the day and convert it into electric energy, which can be used to produce light in the night. Solight utiizes LED lights for emitting clear white light.
The solar panels feature a compact design. When not in use, Solight can be folded upwards. It is designed in such a way that the Solight can be easily removed from the window. It is not necessary that it should be attached to the window. It can be attached to any wall that receives plenty of sunlight.
The Solight has three functions. First, when the panel is closed, it shows the temperature and humidity of the room. Second, when it is unfolded, it functions as light and emits clear white light. Third, the handle of the Solight can also be used as a cloth hanger.