Nanoleaf is the company known for making light panels, but now it’s going beyond that and launching the new Learning Series. We’re told that it “intuitively learns, senses and reacts to users needs” and that users don’t want to have to program schedules or speak to assistants to turn on lights.

That’s what Nanoleaf CEO and co-founder Gimmy Chu believes, anyway.

With the Learning Series, we’re creating a truly intelligent lighting system that learns, senses and reacts, so that your lighting simply works as you need it to, and rarely require any adjustments.

Nanoleaf first showed some of this off at least year’s CES, but there’s still a lot that isn’t really clear. What we do know is pricing, however. When the Learning Series first gets out of the gate, it will offer a $14.99 Learning Button, a $19.99 Learning Light Bulb, and a $44.99 Learning Switch. If you’d prefer a kit, you can get everything for $99, but we don’t know when that will be available.

The Hexagon Unified Light Panels that were announced a year ago will arrive this summer, apparently. You’ll be able to get nine of them for $119.99 with expansion packs of three panels costing $59.99.

If you’re looking for fancy smart home lighting and the normal options just don’t cut it, maybe take a look at what Nanoleaf is up to.

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