LED lighting is quickly becoming the latest trend in home lighting. RGB-based lighting allows users to create nearly any color across a surface. This can be used as ambient lighting, accent lighting, or even primary lighting. It's also popular in the gaming world because it can extend the game outside of the screen. With the introduction of products like Outon's newest floor lamp, it is now possible to customize the color of your lighting to suit any mood or experience.
The ability to control the color of one's lighting has become an important way for people to create a unique and personalized experience in their homes. It can be a cheap and easy way to show personality without the need to paint a room. And, because of the nature of the lighting, it can be changed on a whim, or even to correspond with a holiday or special occasion.
LED lighting can also be used to bring more energy efficiency into a home, as LEDs require far less power than traditional bulbs. Furthermore, LED lights tend to last much longer than other types of light sources, which saves on energy costs and reduces waste. With the variety of products available to consumers, LED lighting offers a great way to customize one's home while also saving money in the long run. Whether the goal is to create an ambient atmosphere or simply save energy, LEDs could be the answer.
The Outon's RGB floor lamp features 16 million different combinations of colors, so you can find the exact shade of light that you are looking for. The RGB lighting is featured across the front of the stand, meaning it operates similarly to an LED light bar. It can create ambient lighting in a room, or access an event.
The lamp can also be synced with your music, and it is compatible with Alexa Voice and Google Home. This allows you to set timers and adjust the lighting to suit the mood of the music. It is perfect for any room in the house, whether it's the living room, bedroom, or den. With LED lighting, it is now easier than ever to create the perfect atmosphere in your home.
Additionally, the lamp has a traditional top lamp that can be dimmed or made warmer and a remote or app that allows you to choose from the RGB spectrum circle. The traditional light sits at the top of the lamp pole and can be angled based on needs. It can be aimed straight up to illuminate a whole room, or pointed in a direction, working as a reading light. The color modes allow you to create just the right temperature of while for your needs.
The lamp was initially made available on Indiegogo for around $100. It will also be available on DLight Mall and Outon's website in the near future. To learn more about the product and the company's other lighting, head to their website.
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