Beat the Winter Blues and Bring the Sunlight Inside with the Sunn Light

Posted On Mon, December 1, 2014 By

Posted On Mon, December 1, 2014 By In Products, Technology

As soon as the clocks get set back in the fall, we can’t help longing for sunny days and bright evenings. But we still have a long, dark winter ahead of us, so the new Sunn Light could be exactly what we need to help us beat the winter blues.

The Sunn Light mimics the sun in that it continuously changes color and brightness with the sun’s rhythm, thereby promoting healthy living and creating cheerful, vibrant indoor spaces. And when we say mimic, we’re not kidding, as Sunn sets itself by what the sun is doing down to the minute.

In the morning, Sunn “rises,” gradually changing color and brightness to peacefully wake you. Throughout the day, Sunn emits a cool, white light that stimulates focus and productivity. In the evening, the light “sets,” and at night it gives off a warm glow to prepare you for sleep.

Because of Sunn’s unique shell edge, a gently halo appears around the light, making it appear to float. Additionally, Sunn is eco-friendly, illuminates a room more effectively than a traditional light, and lasts for 20 years. It’s available in 19- or 24-inch versions.

Sunn Light

Sunn can be controlled through the Sunn app, which signals the light to automatically adjust to the color of sunlight at your location and time. And as Sunn gets to know you, it will program the light based on your needs. For example, if you don’t work a traditional 9-5 job, you can program Sunn to imitate the afternoon in the middle of the night. With 18 days left on its Kickstarter campaign, Sunn has already exceeded its $50,000 goal with 252 backers and is expected to be available for purchase in April 2015.

Images and video via Sunn Light

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