SkyCeilings now support programmable azimuth lighting

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The folks at Sky Factory sent word that their SkyCeilings faux skylights now include programmable lighting which can be used to emulate the intensity and color changes that come with a rising and setting sun.

Further, the bi-color Programmable SkyCeiling is enhanced by a DALI controlled (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface) light source that adds the color of sunrise and sunset – or, for those who wish, the drama of theatrical moonlight. Control of the programmable system can be manual or by means of personal computer or smart system technology.

Too bad I don’t have a drop ceiling at the new place. I’d consider trying to hook something like this up. (Although my fancy entertainment console project is already getting out of hand, so I should probably just save this for the next theme room.)

Information page (with auto-playing audio) [TheSkyFactory.com]

PreviouslySky Factory SkyCeilings: modular and custom drop-in virtual skylights (and spacelights!)

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5 Responses to SkyCeilings now support programmable azimuth lighting

  1. David Bruce Murray says:

    The intensity and color of the lighting changes, but the clouds don’t budge. How much do these things cost?

  2. Bugs says:

    All very fancy, but do they have that last essential touch of verisimillitude – digital bird poop?

  3. FoetusNail says:

    So why not just put some lcd’s or hdtv’s on the ceiling and a camera on the roof?

  4. clueless in brooklyn says:

    My dentist has a version of these and in all of its cheesiness, I kind of like it.

  5. Wareq says:

    #4: Like the Great Hall at Hogwarts in Harry Potter?

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