An optical system that artificially reproduces the natural light now has its night version – Coelux Moon. The product was launched at Euroluce 2017 as the first and only representation of the night sky indoor.
The high-tech system CoeLux is the result of over 15 years of scientific research by Paolo Di Trapani, professor of physics at the Department of Science and Technology of the University of Insubria in Como, and of his team.
“The moon is the first celestial object that attracts our eyes,” says Trapani, explaining that the comfort produced by CoeLux Moon is the same as the one generated by the systems CoeLux that reproduce the sun in the sky, although the intensity of the light is far less.
Both systems are designed to change the way spaces are experienced. Hospitals, airport, shopping malls, stores, offices, fitness centers, hotels, museum, housing, the CoeLux technology has a particularly high impact in underground spaces like subways and parking garages.