Lucy Sun Mirror

Aug 12, 2015

Category: Tech

Illuminating an entire room using natural light is hard to achieve, especially if your home wasn’t specifically built with natural sunlight in mind. In fact, if your home wasn’t specifically tailored to have an abundance of natural light, you’re pretty much out of luck, as you can’t change it after the fact. But, now there’s a way to bring natural light into your home with a device named Lucy.

The device simply needs to be placed in direct view of the sun with its nose pointed at the ceiling of the room. Then, it will diffuse the sunlight over a large surface area to brighten up the room that it’s in. It’s fittingly powered by solar energy, and can even help plants grow more efficiently. What’s more, Lucy’s mirror follows the sun throughout the day so that the same spot is always illuminated. The unit is available for $150. [Purchase]

Solenica Lucy 3

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