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.
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