Mitsubishi has developed lamps that simulate daylight. They are made in the form of ceiling windows.

The fight against office depression will cost a lot – from 6.2 to 6.8 thousand dollars.

Mitsubishi has released an unusual solution for raising the tone of office employees. The Japanese company has developed Misola lamps that imitate natural daylight. Gizmodo paid attention to this .

Misola made in the form of ceiling windows. The main area of ​​the device is a special blue plate that simulates the color of the sky. A distinctive feature of the Mitsubishi project is that this system is dynamic. All elements of the lamp change lighting during the day depending on the set parameters. It can simulate sunlight at dawn, daylight, and sunset.

This is not the first attempt to simulate natural daylight with office lamps. The publication claims that for most similar lighting systems, lamps distribute light in all directions. The Mitsubishi system is smarter – it simulates directional light. In this way, only three of the four sides are constantly illuminated, which is more like sunlight.

The lamps will go on sale in October 2020. The devices will be sold in two variations: with manual switching and automatic. The first will cost $ 6,200, and the second – $ 6,800.

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