No, the Dyson Lightcycle Morph isn’t the name of a future TRON vehicle, but rather an innovative lamp with unique local daylight tracking that delivers light throughout a room in four different formats – as an indirect, task, feature or ambient light. Users can personalize it using the Dyson Link App, which intelligently adjusts the light it emits depending on the user’s task, age, mood and local daylight. Read more for a video and additional information.
When you dock it as an ambient light, the stem lights up to create a comforting, orange glow and can be set for evening relaxation with further reduced blue light. The dock comes equipped with a color warming orange filter to produce the warmest light levels, while reducing the color temperature down further from 2,700K to 1,800K, mimicking the color of a real candle light. It’s available now for $650 USD (desktop) / $850 (floor) in silver, black and brass colors.
- Durable & Solid: Made of premium aluminum alloy, the LED desk lamp is thoughtfully designed, stylish and scratch-resistant to last longer
- More Colors, Much Brighter: 5 color modes and 6 brightness levels meet your needs for any occasion; up to 1200 Lux, the lighting is bright enough for reading, studying, working, relaxing, etc.
- Easy on Your Eyes: Light guide panel transmits light sideways for glare-free illumination to brighten your space without harming your eyes
- Personalize Your Light: Easily dim or brighten the light, or drastically change the color through a scale of warm yellow to cool white by sliding your finger on the glass touch pad
- More Features: Conveniently powers up your device via the 5V/2A smart USB port; shine a spotlight in any angle you want by swiveling the lamp via the 4-axis rotation up/down/left/right
With the Dyson Lightcycle Morph, our aim was to challenge the fundamental conventions of contemporary artificial lighting and find a solution. So we developed a light that tracks natural day light and intelligently transforms for different uses – providing the right light, at the right time, precisely where it’s needed,” said Jake Dyson, Chief Engineer.