The Dyson brand has introduced an innovative Lightcycle Morph lamp that stands out from its brethren in two ways - price and durability. The usual desktop version costs $ 660, the floor version is $ 850, but if you consider that the lamp (according to the developers) will work for 60 years without replacing the lamps, the price tags look, perhaps, even modest.
The lamp is based on the brand's patented technology: "heat pipes". They ensure that excess heat is removed from the LEDs, protecting them from fading and deterioration of the operating conditions. Hence the declared 60 years of work, plus the lamp is able to adjust its brightness and adapt to lighting conditions. He does this not only on the basis of his sensors, but also using meteorological data, as well as applying a binding to the geographic coordinates of the place of operation.
The movable mechanism of the gadget has several degrees of freedom and can be deployed above the table to illuminate an object or space, and when folded is fixed with a magnet. In this case, the lamp with LEDs enters the groove and is completely immersed inside the base tube, which is pierced with thousands of tiny holes. The result is a soft orange glow from nowhere, but it also changes at the command of the control system, adjusting to changes in daylight.
Additional bonuses include a USB-C port for charging gadgets. And also the ability to adapt the lighting mode to the age of the user - 60-year-olds need more light than 20-year-olds. The full list of options was not announced at the presentation of the product, but there is no doubt that they are.