If you’ve ever browsed the r/battlestations subreddit, you might notice that one thing many of these setups have in common is the use of Nanoleaf’s LED wall panels. If you’re keen on setting up something similar for yourself, then you might be interested to learn that Nanoleaf has since unveiled a couple of new shapes.
These shapes come in the form of Shapes Triangles and Shape Mini Triangles that adds on to the company’s other offerings, like the hexagon design and square panels. This means that users will have more options when it comes to designing their wall panel to create new and intricate shapes by combining the triangles with the company’s other shapes.
For the most part, they are similar in function to the other shapes, where they are HomeKit compatible meaning that you can use them together with Siri and control them using the Home app on an iOS device. According to Nanoleaf, these new triangles are also different from the company’s previous offerings where they sport slightly more rounded and smaller corners.
If you’re keen on getting your hands on these new shapes, the Nanoleaf Shape Triangles are priced starting at $199 for a set of seven, while the Shape Mini Triangles are priced starting at $119 for a set of five.
Filed in Connected Objects, HomeKit, IoT (Internet of Things) and Nanoleaf. Source: macrumors. Read more about