Recently, Dyson unveiled a new light fixture called Dyson Lightcycle Morph, which tracks customers’ local sunshine time and has four modes,media reported. The lamp is characterized as a smart product that works with a companion mobile app, and it can adjust the light that comes with different elements, including current daylight intensity, user age and mood.
In addition, the product is equipped with Dyson’s Heat Pipe technology and other advanced features.
Unlike most used-specific lifecycle lamps, Dyson Moorph can be used in four different modes: Ambient Light, Task Light, Feature Light, and Indirect Light ( Indirect Light). The names of each pattern indicate their characteristics, like ambient light, which produces a warm, candle-like light that reduces blue light, while indirect light mode uses the light’s 360-degree intelligent optical head to rotate the light, catapulting back from the ceiling, walls and floors Featured light mode is used to highlight items such as works of art, and task light mode is naturally related to work, such as craft production.
It is reported that these lights can be personalized through the Dyson Link app, such as older users, the light will automatically variable. In addition, the app is pre-positioned with functions such as “learning” and “relaxation” and equipped with manual controls. In addition, the user can program and rename the lights, supporting 20 types of lights.
Mr Dyson said the lamp’s life was expected to last 60 years.
Currently, Dyson Lightcycle Morph has two styles of choice: table and floor-to-ceiling, priced at $649.99 and $849.99, respectively.