LG presented the bent OLED lamp for the clever house

LG presented the bent OLED lamp for the clever house

Today the light-emitting diode lamp operated by means of the smartphone, is not something new. But it does not stop South Korean LG Electronics which is in continuous search of new possibilities for receiving profit. After a clever LED bulb the company presented a desk lamp on organic light-emitting diodes for the clever house.

The Korean company LG Electronics which has created strong business on production of household appliances, at the beginning of a week, during the Light+Building 2014 exhibition in Frankfurt (Germany), presented an unusual desk lamp. Instead of traditional light-emitting diodes, the company used their organic analogs in the form of the being shone flat panel.

The desk lamp, also as well as new Smart Lamp, works together with the firm iOS and Android appendix that allows to operate a lamp through Bluetooth. By means of the appendix it is possible to adjust intensity of lighting, for example, for reading or film viewing, and also light inclusion/switching off together with an alarm clock.

In the market of clever lamps it is considered the pioneer Philips. This year the company updated the lamp of Philips Hue presented in 2012 the Lux model and system of remote control of Tap. Similar decisions offer the Insteon, Lumen and Belkin companies. Cost of lamps varies from 30 to 70 dollars depending on the producer.

It seems that thanks to the LG company, OLED lighting becomes mainstream soon. Meanwhile Philips works over being shone carpets.