Coelux

Artificial skylight that you won't believe isn't real

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Serge Herkül
I build things @toggl & @scaledrone
Useful for a post apocalyptic bunker
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Silviu St
iOS Developer
@_sergeh Yeah, would love to see this in Fallout's vaults 😰
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Kelly Kuhn-Wallace
🎯Strategist for Hire
Brilliant. I'm going hang out here in case Coelux needs a house in Minnesota for testing.
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Zac Davies
Customer Success Manager @ Mentorloop
"you won't believe isn't real" - What.
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Tim DorrCo-Founder of Spaceship
@zacdavies You won't not never ever believe it isn't not unrealistically nonexistent!
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Ilyas HassaniEntrepreneur
amazing , no price ?
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Chris Messina
Mentor
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@druwynings @ilyashassani from that link "CoeLux currently costs £40,000 (~$61,000) to buy and up to £5,000 (~$7,600) for installation."
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Jonathan Howard
Part-time CMO and startup advisor
@chrismessina @ilyashassani How does that price compare to a real skylight installation?
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Stephen M. Levinson
Design @Vimeo @Cameo
@staringispolite @chrismessina @ilyashassani You can't put a skylight in a basement. Don't think it's a replacement for a hole in the roof.
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Clark Wimberly
UX Designer
Does the light angle shift throughout the day? Kinda surprised the video never mentioned / showed that, so I assume no.
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Malcolm OceanFounder, Complice
@clarklab No it seems pretty clean by the product names (60, 45, and 30) that you get exactly one angle per device.
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André J
Swift dev @ eon.codes
@malcolm_ocean @clarklab So it feels like your in a different solar system. I like it.
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