Since it canot be denied that the average modern-day person tends to spend more time indoors than outdoors, the LivingLight pendant lamp hopes to stimulate natural bodily rhythms. By stimulating the rise and fall of the sun, it could very well trick the human body into believing that it is outside.
Created by Dutch design student Feija Klinkhamer, the LivingLight pendant lamp is based around what is called 'dynamic lighting.' The lamp is able to read the brightness in a room at any given moment, adjusting its lumens to provide the perfect amount of illumination. The color of the light also changes, to more accurately reflect the different times of the day; for instance, it is cooler and brighter in the morning.
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