The well-known manufacturer of LED panels Nanoleaf has announced a novelty: illuminated strips that can be placed on the wall, ceiling and any other surface.
Each of the strips can simultaneously glow in two colors (produces up to 16 million colors), which makes it possible to create gradient overflows. Planks can be joined at 60 degree angles to create your own patterns.
Out of the box, the user will have access to 19 built-in lighting scenes. In addition, you can create them yourself in the application. The bars can be tuned to the rhythmic movements of the music, or synchronized with the content that is playing on the monitor.
Like other new Nanoleaf products, Lines can act as routers through Thread, and they will also support the Matter protocol. Available control from the application Home (HomeKit), Google Home, Amazon Alexa, Samsung SmartThings.
The price of a set of illuminated strips is $200 for 9 pieces, or $80 for three pieces.
A source: MacRumors