Robotic lamp mimics natural light indoors
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Komorebi, which was designed by Leslie Nooteboom, is a small device around the size of a small plant pot that projects a variety of patterns and shapes onto a wall that mimic the hues and positioning of natural light. Essentially, he's created a simulation for natural light when it streams through a window – complete with moving branches or water reflections. Komorebi is a Japanese word, which when translated, is the word for the effect of sunrays filtering through trees. The device has been designed primarily for those living in tower blocks, where trees are unlikely to reach. As you'll…
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