"Linger A Little Longer" Table by Jay Watson, uses a thermochromic finish to respond to the heat of objects and people, bringing to light the impact of the user on his furniture.

"Linger A Little Longer" Table by Jay Watson, uses a thermochromic finish to respond to the heat of objects and people, bringing to light the impact of the user on his furniture.

"Blush", an organic radiator from Thorunn Arnadottir. The thermochromic paint changes from red (hot) to blue (cold).

"Blush", an organic radiator from Thorunn Arnadottir. The thermochromic paint changes from red (hot) to blue (cold).

bahahaha! In all seriousness though, that is a super cool table! -- If this is just painted with thermochromic paint, could I, in theory just take my own table and paint it as well and get the same effect??

bahahaha! In all seriousness though, that is a super cool table! -- If this is just painted with thermochromic paint, could I, in theory just take my own table and paint it as well and get the same effect??

A great thermochromic finish is an interesting thing to find– and though it sounds really hi-tech, this Jay Watson dining furniture is just covered in a heat recognizing paint that “changes” color when matched with heat. body heat or other miscellaneous forms of warmth will be the items that leave this dining table with its wood...

A great thermochromic finish is an interesting thing to find– and though it sounds really hi-tech, this Jay Watson dining furniture is just covered in a heat recognizing paint that “changes” color when matched with heat. body heat or other miscellaneous forms of warmth will be the items that leave this dining table with its wood...

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