Jealous of loving couples, young girls invent 'parting light bulbs'

Marina Fujiwara, a young Japanese girl invented a 'parting light bulb'. Explaining her invention idea, Fujiwara said she hated Christmas and the emotional flaunting of couples when she was single.

The owner of this invention wants to see the lovers break up during Christmas this year.

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Marina Fujiwara invented the "parting light bulb" .

Fujiwara uses Philips Hue smart light bulbs for its invention. This is a simple configuration made easy through an applet programming application on the If This Then That service page .

When someone writes on Twitter the word 'farewell' , the device will automatically glow in a moment to signal the world has one more heart broken for love.

Marina posted her invention on Twitter on December 16 and gained a lot of support. The clip about the device "parting light bulb" reached 524,000 views and many people wanted to try it.

In addition to the invention of the light-up lamp, Marina also has some other odd inventions such as a machine that slaps the facade continuously.

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