It's no surprise that you don't see a ton in the way of smoking engineering, what with most of the hot chicks wanting to major in communications and stuff. Because innovative technology in the field of blazing also comes around so rarely, check out Good Times Glass
From a Seattle duo who fervently demand that their products are intended for "tobacco use, by legal adults", Good Times hand-blows artful smoking utensils that glow brightly in the dark and are available in bright blue or green, presumably chosen so as to not clash with the lightsabers most likely on the screens of their users. The highlights (!) are a grip of stand-up water pipes including a 10in, ultra-bright aqua joint that "even glows in the day!"; a smaller number with a "brilliant green hue" and blown Pyrex bowl; and a darker blue jewel with a swirling semi-transparent pattern they call "Twisted Cane", also where they get the sugar for that inexplicably awesome ice tea. For the more modest smoker of tobacco and tobacco-like products, they've also got smaller pieces like a one-hitter striped with waves of light blue that appear orange/red in the light, and a darker blue upright-bowl'd pipe they call the "Simple Glow Spoon", though anyone who gets the glow from spooning's been doing it way too hard
And so you cant actually count the hours you spend blankly staring at cool stuff, they're hawking a handful of similarly striking glass clocks, like the planet-reminiscent "Sphere", and a sparkly blue number with special "purple dichroic glass" to give the piece "depth", which conversely, is something you don't see a ton of in communications majors.