SkyCeilings now support programmable azimuth lighting


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.)

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

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

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

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

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