How to Have 24 Hours of Sun

Rayleigh scattering causing the blue hue of th...
Rayleigh scattering causing the blue hue of the sky while Mie scattering is responsible for the reddening in the sunset (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Weird architecture hits a new high with a skylight that doesn’t actually need the sun, or a cloud you can keep indoors. I swear I’m not making this up.

“Let’s be honest—in certain parts of the world, it can get pretty grim in winter. It would be awesome to have a lamp that just spread sunlight and blue skies all year round.


Well, luckily for us, that dream has now become a reality.

The CoeLux skylight beams sunshine into your room, regardless of the weather outside. Essentially just a light, but it’s a very clever light. It mimics real sunlight by using a scientific method called Rayleigh scattering, which causes light particles to scatter.”

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