Australian LED designer Brightgreen has announced that it will preview its unique new Chameleon technology at this year's Herald Sun Home Show.

Described as a world-first technology, Chameleon allows users to control a light's colour temperature and adjust the mood of their space, from cool white to warm white, without changing rooms.

Brightgreen CEO and Head Product Designer David O'Driscoll says that the company has been working on the new technology for a while, and is thrilled to share it with visitors at the Home Show.

"By giving users control over light colour, they can make sure their spaces reflect their moods – be it shifting from a work-oriented cool white to the relaxed and cosy feel that warm white light provides," he explains.

Brightgreen has embedded Chameleon capabilities in its award winning D900 Curve and Cuve LED downlights. The technology also works with Clipsal C-Bus and other similar home automation systems, allowing for seamless install.

Chameleon enabled D900 Cube and Curve downlights will be available in October, and will be compatible with C-BUS.

In addition to previewing Chameleon, Brightgreen’s Herald Sun Home Show booth at Q10 will also feature:
  • Brightgreen lighting specialists on hand to make lighting suggestions and recommendations; and
  • Brightgreen's interactive Light Tunnel featuring award-winning products including D900 Curve and Cube LED downlights, as well as the DR700 retrofit halogen replacement bulb.