The novelty, original in design and capabilities, was called Dyson Lightcycle Morph and is already available for sale.
Like the previous similar model - Dyson Lightcycle - the novelty has many degrees of mobility, it can be easily deployed to the position you need, even direct the light to the ceiling. One of the distinguishing features of Morph is the ability to simulate the light of a candle, for which a backlight is built into its core, emitting a soft orange light. The lamp is well suited for point lighting of the workplace, as well as for creating a special atmosphere in the room (artistic lighting).
The lamp has many settings, here you can set not only different lighting modes, but also adjust the device to the age of the owner - according to the manufacturer, 65-year-old people need four times more light than 20-year-olds. There are also preset settings like "study", "rest", "wake up", etc. Naturally, the function of automatically adjusting the brightness to the current conditions is not forgotten. To control the lamp, a special mobile application is used.
The original lamp is now available for sale at $650 for the table version and $850 for the floor version. It is certainly expensive, but the company guarantees that the lamp will be able to work for at least 60 years. Largely due to a special cooling system made of copper rods. In addition, thanks to a special sensor, the lamp monitors the presence of a person in the room and automatically turns off when he leaves - this allows not only to extend the life of the device, but also save energy.