The noon lighting system makes layered light1 accessible for more people by dramatically reducing the complexity and expense relative to comparable products. the smart home2 appliance detects your current lights — understands bulb type and frequency upon set up — and uses this to transform spaces in the home with the power of layered lighting. noon home creates up to six programmable moods and scenes that fit the customer’s needs.
Noon home’s latest product is powered by its room director switch and companion extension switches
Noon Home , Home automation
Californian based home automation startup noon home‘s3 latest product is powered by its room director switch and companion extension switches, which communicate via bluetooth low energy technology. both switches are designed to be streamlined, slim, with minimal seams and highly considered details. the choice of material further elevates the touch experience — glass on the room director and a polycarbonate blend with satin finish on the extension switch.
Installing the smart lighting system’s room director
the room director also incorporates a crisp OLED screen with fun interactive animations designed to subtly delight rather than overwhelm. the same interactive animations are used in the noon app to help unify and simplify the entire experience. the product comes together with the noon-designed wall plate that has a smooth finish and snaps onto its base to provide a clean and controlled floating appearance on the wall. ‘as a company of creators, we seek out a product’s core essence and work tirelessly removing the non-essential. every feature, every design detail and every customer interaction should grow out of a unified vision of the product’s core‘, says erik charlton, CEO at noon.
The extension switches and the room director switch communicate via bluetooth low energy technology
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