PARIS--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--A digitally connected lamp suited to all décors
Designed by FiveFive, a French start-up, Holî's design is sophisticated,
understated and sleek, making it a smooth addition to all décors.
Underneath its aluminum frame, Holî boasts cutting-edge hardware and 18 LED high-power lights which project dynamic, multidimensional and multicolored lighting.
Once the app has been installed on an iPod, iPhone or iPad, Holî quickly connects via Bluetooth and is easy to use.
A mood-matching lamp
Holî has more than 50 exclusive themes, produced by professional light
designers, to match every moment and mood. Alternatively, you can
express your own creativity by designing your own theme.
Stressful afternoon? Relax with "Inspiration". Romantic dinner heating up? Not a problem with the "Mmmm" theme.
Lighting to transform your evenings
Holî can also make the light dance, giving real light shows which are
perfectly synchronized with your music. Thanks to its unprecedented,
patented technology, "Music for the eyes™", an app which
harmonizes light effects with the music on an iPod, iPhone or iPad.
Are you a fan of Daft Punk, Eminem or the dance floors of Ibiza? Holî has something for everyone.
Gentle wake-up lighting
Holî can also imitate sunrise, gradually lighting up the room, beginning from 20 minutes before you want to get up, gently preparing your body for waking up.
- Compatibility: iOS (iOS 7 and 6) – Android January 2014
- Protocol: Bluetooth
- Power: Over 500 lumens
Price and availability:
Holî will be on sale at all Apple Stores in Europe from November 6, 2013, for €199 (£179).
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Founded in January 2012 by Grégoire Gérard (a smart device designer) and Jérôme Schonfeld (an entrepreneur specializing in electronics), FiveFive's vision is to bring home lighting into the digital era. Holî, FiveFive's first product, is the fruit of 18 months of R&D and is protected by 2 patents.
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