designer's own words:Once upon a time, there was a “boo-gnom” that lived happily in the forest. He liked to venture himself to human houses and to investigate between all those things that inhabit in the houses : shoes, toys, spoons, calculators, chairs, tvs, etc… and all seemed very strange to him! technical data "Boo-gnom" is entirely made of yellow translucent polycarbonate, a material that assures maximum resistance to small impacts and superb light qualities. The LED system works the following way: a solar panel placed under the head of the "boo-gnom" recharges two batteries 2 x NiCd, 1,2V/600 mAh, these provide the energy to a white LED of high luminosity. "Boo-gnom" has got a sensor that when detects the absence of environmental light it ignites automatically the LED of high luminosity, and when the sensor returns to detect light it switches off the LED, and the solar panel recharges the batteries. Some of the innovations that this device introduces it is the small size of its mechanism, and the use of transparent polycarbonate for several components like the panel in which there are fixed all the pieces of the batteries box. This way, part of the light that the LED emits arrives to the top part of "boo-gnom".