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Dyson launches a lamp that mimics natural lighting
In the era of smart devices, smart LED bulb is nothing short of amazing…
Still, with the new Dyson edition, the Lightcycle Morph LED takes lighting technology to a whole new level. This ingenious version features a local daylight tracker to offer you custom solutions that mimic natural light. It is further linked to a Dyson application that allows easy customization depending on the task you are doing with it, your age and your mood.
Designed to maintain the same light quality over 60 years, the Lightcycle Morph lamp works with the help of three hot and three cool LEDs, which are powered by cables drawn through the center of the lamp. The lamp has 360 degree movement, four general settings and six set modes, called Study, Relax, Precision, Boost, Wake Up, Sleep and Away. Users can further control the lamp with a potentiometer and a built-in temperature selection option.
Commenting on this innovation, Dyson brand chief engineer Jake Dyson said: “With Dyson Lightcycle Morph, our goal was to challenge the fundamental conventions of contemporary artificial lighting and find a solution. That is why we have developed a piece of lighting that follows natural light and intelligently transforms it for different purposes, providing the right light at the right time, just where it is needed. "
Dyson Lightcycle Morph is currently priced at $ 649.99 for the desktop version, or $ 849.99 for the floor version.
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