CES 2023: Smarter Kits for Nanoleaf 4D TVs, Skylight and Nala Learning Bridges Introduced
Nanoleaf is finally ready to take over the ceiling and the rest of your home, thanks to new products debuting at CES 2023. Of the many new products announced, those that stand out are basically includes the new Nanoleaf 4D TV Smarter, Skylight and Nala Learning Bridge, which essentially act as a hub that connects all of its products together. The Toronto-based lighting company also announced that most of their lighting panels (Shapes, Elements, Canvas and Lines) will also be able to upgrade Matter later this year.
Smarter Nanoleaf 4D TV set
Among the new products launched at CES 2023 is the new Nanoleaf 4D TV Smarter kit, a system that mirrors the colors from your TV screen onto the Nanoleaf panel. Follow Companyit does this by using a single 4D camera that can be attached to the top edge of the TV (if it is a wall TV) or placed on a wall unit or table directly below television.
The set is powered by a small hub that connects to the light strips and controls the lighting panels using visuals on the screen or by sound or music playing in the room, in addition to providing themes. Common themes and color palettes available on Nanoleaf products. These light strips are also included in the Smarter kit and will only be available for two length options that support TV sizes between 55”-65” and 65”-85”. Like all new products announced at CES 2023, this luminaire is Matter compatible and will also sync with other Nanoleaf lighting panels in the room using Sync Plus.
Nanoleaf Skylight and Sense Plus Switch
The Nanoleaf Skylight is a new ceiling-mounted light fixture that essentially acts as a skylight delivering up to 3,000 lumens of light to any room. It consists of square LED panels that appear to be a bit thicker than the company’s other light panels and can synchronize with the sound if needed. Skylight also comes with motion and light sensors that can be used to intelligently turn off the system when no one is present.
The Sense Plus switch is also a new and important addition to the Nanoleaf family of products. Just like the Skylight, these hard-wired switches are Matter-enabled and have built-in ambient light and motion sensors. The Sense Plus smart light switch is a physically wired hard switch that, in addition to turning off the lights manually, it also learns usage patterns. Wireless provides similar functionality but is wireless and can be used as a remote control as it can be removed from the wall mount.
Nanoleaf Nala Learning Center
The Nala Learning Bridge also comes with inbuilt motion and ambient light sensors, but it’s basically the brains behind the whole system though the hub itself also acts as a color changing night light. . Centers, in addition to supporting Problem, which also acts as a Stream Edge Router, essentially allowing you to connect your lighting network to the web and to your phone. This is probably one of the most essential items that you should choose when setting up your home lighting system from Nanoleaf as the hub is where all the learning happens and this allows smart switches intelligently turn on or off or dim the light at a specific time of day, without the need for physical control.
Nanoleaf has not officially revealed the prices of its newly announced products, but we can expect these to reach select markets. According to the company, the Nanoleaf 4D TV Smarter kit will be released in Q2 2023 while Sense Plus and Skylight Control will be released in Q3 2023. Essentials Matter certified bulbs (A19, BR30, GU10 and Recessed Lights) and Spotlights, which can be mounted on conventional lighting fixtures, will be available in Q1 2023.
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