Nanoleaf’s New Touch-Sensitive Light Panels Let You Get Colorful With Your Smart Home Lighting
We’ve been eagerly awaiting the arrival of Nanoleaf’s new touch-sensitive, color-changing, square LED light panels ever since we first saw them in action last January at CES. Take a close look at them and you’ll notice that there’s still a cross on each panel splitting it into four sections in order to diffuse the light more evenly.
The company said that they were working on improving the design and removing the crosses.
IFA tech showcase held in Berlin will give us an update on the Nanoleaf Canvas touch-sensitive panels that is due to launch on Dec 1. The poll the company ran told them the current design went down well. The number of panels that can be connected to one power source has reduced from 1,000 to 500.
You can stick the panels on the walls thanks to the sticky tabs, plug them, and connect them to the Wi-Fi network. Now you can get colorful with changing the settings on the Nanoleaf app. There are also hundreds of color-changing presets available. The panels are compatible with Google Assistant, Alexa, and Siri. There will not be any physical buttons but you can use the panels in the starter kit that contains button icons for controls.
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