Sunlight penetrating through the "window in the ceiling" in the form of an LED panel seems absolutely real and is capable of deceiving not only a person, but also a professional technician. Now the "sun" can shine 7 days a week, 24 hours a day in any room.
The CoeLux luminaire is a revolutionary high-tech LED ceiling panel that simulates a window through which you can see the blue sky in clear weather. Daylight enters through this rectangular panel into rooms cut off from the real rays of the sun. People who entered a room with the CoeLux installed were absolutely sure that they were in a room with a real window in the ceiling, from where the sun's rays enter and illuminate the space.
Now the sun can shine 7 days a week, 24 hours a day in any room.
The installation of a unique lighting system will be especially relevant in rooms that need real sunlight: hospitals, offices, gyms, underground parking lots, basements.
The CoeLux luminaire simulates real sunlight.
The only drawback of the CoeLux system is its price. The company asks about 60 thousand dollars for artificial sunlight. Installation will cost 7-8 thousand dollars.
Today the system is passive, that is, it does not change its light during the day. However, the developers are not going to be satisfied with what has already been achieved and plan to add a dynamic effect to CoeLux. In this case, the "sun" will change its position at different times during the day. So far, there are only three lighting options: northern hemisphere sun, tropical and Mediterranean.
Sunlight is essential for the proper development of the body and good mood, which is why the CoeLux “artificial sun” is a very useful invention in the world of lighting devices. And for those who get tired of sunny weather, a home thundercloud has been created: an interactive lamp with an acoustic system.