Thermochromic Table Loses Color With Body Heat
This is a table covered with a thermochromic finish from Jay Watson Design that, when heated by sitting at it, reveals the wood grain underneath. It's like a Hypercolor shirt for those of you who are old enough to know what a Hypercolor shirt is. For those of you who don't know what a Hypercolor shirt is, they were THE SHIT. "Very descriptive." What can I say, I have a way with words. Also: with the ladies. Unfortunately that way is to never have any luck with them. The table costs £1,850 (~$3,008), which is too much for me and besides, I just want a can of the paint anyways so I can make my OWN color changing furniture. Are you thinking what I'm thinking? "Paint the toilet seat then rest your twig and berries on it when you're going to the bathroom and see what kind of shapes you can make?" Hehe -- maybe!
Hit the jump for a closeup of what a warm hand an coffee cup can do.
Thanks to cupcake, who I tried to tell I had color changing bedsheets even though I'm pretty sure she knew I'd just wet the bed.