VividLite, the industry leading provider of wireless LED lighting and home automation solutions, announced that its new ShadowBox smart lamp is now available to support on Kickstarter. The project seeks to raise US$50,000 in funding by May 16, 2016 to bring the power of portable lighting to the widest possible audience.
This revolutionary, app-powered lamp was designed from the ground up to be a uniquely all-purpose, battery-powered, color-adjustable, wireless, LED lighting solution. The unit can run both through a USB-AC adapter or on AA batteries. The lamp, and all its incredible features, can be controlled via two distinct options: either through a customized infrared remote, or from a smartphone like the Apple iPhone or an Android device via a long range WiFi-to-radio frequency transmitter, ShadowHub.
More than just a standard lamp, the state-of-the-art ShadowBox includes unique lighting features like strobes, flashes, fades and rhythmic sound-to-light options. The innovative new “music mode,” allows the light to sync with the beat of any song played via a connected audio device. ShadowBox features a compact, durable, sleek design, allowing it to be conveniently portable and functional at the same time.
The ShadowHub WiFi-to-radio transmitter can connect to up to 30 different lights by using and existing network, or its own WiFi broadcast. The power of WiFi either on the go or in the comfort of one's own home. Once online, the smartphone app can be used to control the ShadowBox smart lamp with a range of over 500 feet in every direction. A number of accessories are also available, including an attachable silicon diffuser, to soften the ShadowBox's light, and an O-Clamp that can be used to mount the lamp to any surface of a room.
Nearly every aspect of the bold and commanding ShadowBox can be customized to meet the needs of the user. The intensity of the white-center LED array can be effortlessly brightened or dimmed. The surrounding LED panel can be controlled to specify the fade, flash or strobe settings, including speed, as well as to create custom color sequences.