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eye8 mounted on the wall – reflectors wide open
eye8 mounted on the wall – reflectors open
eye8 mounted on the wall – reflectors focus
eye8 is attached to its rubber mount and can easily be taken off
eye16 as task light and indirect light – 8 reflectors focus on the table and 8 reflectors point towards the wall
eye16 as task light and indirect light – 8 reflectors focus on the table and 8 reflectors point towards the wall
eye16 as mood light – reflectors point towards each other ?and light is emitting through the outer surface
eye16 mounted on the wall – different states of focus
eye16 mounted on the wall as task light and indirect light – 8 reflectors focus on the table and 8 reflectors point upwardt to project eight spots
eye16 as task light – all reflectors focus on the table

Introducing eye, an innovative lighting system. eye has been in development since 2007 when Naolab was established. This striking design is a result of several prototypes and design models created over the years. Patented solutions have also been attained. Now ready to move into production, Naolab is seeking business partners to significantly impact eye’s roll out strategy. With today’s release, Tim Richter looks forward to exchanging ideas with interested parties.

eye’s iconic design aims to create good light considering it’s color, it’s efficiency and it’s flexibility when used as a direct or indirect light source. eye’s radical functionality can be placed on the table, the floor, the ceiling or the wall.

The inner and outer ring of light sources can be rotated by 360°, thus providing tremendous flexibility. Rotating one reflector enables all eight connected to rotate synchronously to then focus or widen the light.

The entire system is equipped with latest LED technology with a lifetime of up to 50,000 hours and state of the art mechanics. Production is cost-effective as components throughout the eye family are shared.

Innovative and environmentally friendly technology, cutting edge design and flexibility – eye is the light source of the future. It’s patented.