Lighting has always been a major issue when it comes to conserving energy. The currently used methods all have their disadvantages in some way, and the biggest one seems to be related to placement – you’re fairly limited in moving your lights around after placing them.
Yanko Design have shown a new concept for a ceiling covered in RGB LEDs, bunched together in groups equipped with sensors. The user could then use a laser pen to turn on and off spots of light on the ceiling, creating patterns of light.
This can make for a very interesting addition to your home – imagine being able to set the light down to the spot, illuminating various areas of the place that you find interesting. It doesn’t end there – comments from users give even better ideas, like motion sensor-enabled lights that follow you around when you get up to go to the bathroom during the night.
[ Via Gizmodo ]