When someone says Samsung it is likely that televisions or Galaxy handsets come to mind, but they have something new on the drawing board, windows that emit their own light.
But, windows let in light, surely that’s the purpose of them, well that is true cut can they control the colour temperature, brightness, and even the angle of the light?
Samsung is due to move ahead with the new concept as part of the company’s C-Labs development program, which takes internal staff members ideas and turns them into startups.
SunnyFive is just one of many products on the drawing board, CGI editing program, a ‘smart highlighter’, and a sensor that “records daily UV exposure”.
Samsung has described the new idea as “A window-shaped lighting device that produces artificial sunlight, allowing the user to enjoy the full spectrum of light produced by the sun’s natural passage through the sky during the day.”
The device also “Helps users synthesize vitamin D while they are indoors or in low-lit places without having to worry about skin aging or sunburn, and allows for brightness and color adjustment via the app.”