Nanoleaf’s Terra light wall paints Arctic landscapes with 1,200 color-changing LEDs

Nanoleaf, creators of the first ever-modular smart light made for custom design, created a large installation that exposes visitors of the Anchorage Museum in Alaska to remote Arctic landscapes. The Nanoleaf Aurora uses over 16 million colors to paint beautiful moving imagery of sunsets and polar bears, and create a variety of ambiances.

The Nanoleaf App controls this installation made up of small triangular panels that can be freely connected together like LEGOs. Named Terra, this installation…

from Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green BuildingInhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building http://inhabitat.com/nanoleafs-terra-light-wall-paints-arctic-landscapes-with-1200-color-changing-leds
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