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Technology Nanoleaf’s smart lighting system learns, senses, and reacts to needs

16:20  03 january  2020
16:20  03 january  2020 Source:   theverge.com

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Nanoleaf is stepping beyond decorative light panels with a new smart lighting system . Nanoleaf says its new Learning Series “intuitively learns “With the Learning Series, we’re creating a truly intelligent lighting system that learns , senses and reacts , so that your lighting simply works as you need it to

The Nanoleaf Learning Series is described as an "all-in-one, interactive, intelligent lighting system for the home," designed to learn , sense and react to a user' s needs to make it easier for customers to use smart home products. Nanoleaf says that the Learning Series offers a " system of products"

Nanoleaf is stepping beyond decorative light panels with a new smart lighting system. Nanoleaf says its new Learning Series “intuitively learns, senses and reacts to users needs” without relying upon voice or manual controls thanks to the company’s U-IQ sensors and algorithms. The company is also announcing a release date for the interconnecting hexagon light panels first announced last year at CES.

a desk with a sink and a window: Nanoleaf’s interactive Hexagon Unified Light Panels are coming this summer.© Image: NanoleafNanoleaf’s interactive Hexagon Unified Light Panels are coming this summer.

“At Nanoleaf, we don’t believe people want to spend time configuring schedules, opening an app or even use voice commands. So we asked ourselves, ‘what should smart lighting actually feel like?’” said Nanoleaf CEO and co-founder Gimmy Chu. “With the Learning Series, we’re creating a truly intelligent lighting system that learns, senses and reacts, so that your lighting simply works as you need it to, and rarely require any adjustments.”

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  Nanoleaf’s smart lighting system learns, senses, and reacts to needs © Image: Nanoleaf
The Nanoleaf Learning Series of devices.

Nanoleaf is making some lofty claims without offering much to back them up — as is typical for new smart home entrants. What we do know is that the new Learning Series will be rather ordinary out of the gate: there’s a $14.99 Learning Button, $19.99 Learning Light Bulb, and $49.99 Learning Switch. Devices will also be sold in kits starting at $99. Nanoleaf didn’t provide an availability date, however.

Nanoleaf’s existing light panels already react to sound and touch. Each panel can also be used as an interactive smart button to trigger Apple’s HomeKit devices with a tap, double-tap, or long press. Nanoleaf lighting can be controlled via Siri, Alexa, and Google Assistant.

The company also says its six-sided Hexagon Unified Light Panels, first announced in January 2019, will be available this summer. No price was given, but 15 tiles are expected to cost around $400.

Nanoleaf’s next light panels will apparently learn and adapt to you .
Nanoleaf is known for its colorful, modular wall lighting tiles which sync with your music and gaming controls. At CES last year, it showed off its smart home control unit, an illuminated dodecahedron. Now, for CES this year, it has announced an integrated learning lighting system. The new Nanoleaf Learning Series is designed to be a more intelligent smart light system, which learns from its users and reacts to their needs. Nanoleaf says the system minimizes the need for adjustments or voice controls by learning from users' behavior and reacting to it to provide light where it's needed.

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