Acuity's Canvis OLED lighting

Acuity's Canvis OLED lighting can be hung vertically or anchored to both wall and ceiling. Because OLED lighting lacks the intensity of incandescent, fluorescent, and LED lighting, it can directly illuminate rooms without any need to diffuse or reflect light.

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Acuity's Nomi OLED lighting

Acuity thinks its new Nomi lights are suited to hospitality areas like lounges, waiting rooms, and hotel reception areas.

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Acuity's Nomi OLED lighting

Acuity's Nomi OLED lighting sconces are designed to be relatively affordable. Price is a significant roadblock to buying OLED lights, but Acuity expects costs to drop dramatically in coming years.

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Acuity's Lumen Being OLED lamp

Acuity's Lumen Being, shown here as a table lamp, stretches up and over a desk.

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Acuity Trilia and Revel OLED lighting

The three-pointed stars of Acuity Brands' Trilia
OLED lighting can be combined into larger patterns. Meanwhile, the Revel star-shaped lights are attached to a wall.

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Acuity's Kindred OLED lighting

Acuity's Kindred OLED lighting is designed to be suspended from a ceiling, in this case in an office.

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Acuity Revel OLED lighting

Acuity Brands' Revel OLED lights can be scattered like stars across a wall or ceiling. Each is made of five 100x100mm OLED panels.

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Acuity Brands Revel spot OLED lighting

OLED lights aren't too bright to look at directly, so they can be used near people's eyes to add illumination.

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Trilia OLED lighting

Acuity's Trilia OLED lighting units can be linked together into patterns. Straight sections also are available.

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Acuity's Lumen Being OLED lamp

Acuity's Lumen Being OLED lamp is shown here in a floor-standing configuration. The lamp can be dimmed with a gesture control interface.

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Acuity Nomi OLED lighting

Acuity Brands' Nomi is a slim wall-mounted sconce with an OLED lighting panel. The center view shows a configuration that illuminates rooms directly; the right view also has a backward-facing OLED panel that reflects light off the wall.

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Acuity's Kindred OLED lighting

The Kindred OLED lighting comes in a ceiling-hung configuration and a table lamp. Because OLED panels aren't piercingly bright, table lamps can be placed near work or reading areas with to provide direct illumination.

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Acuity's Canvis OLED lighting

Acuity's Canvis is the biggest OLED lighting fixture. The company says one of OLED's big advantages is that it's light, making it easy to suspend.

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Acuity Nomi OLED wall sconce

The Acuity Brands Nomi wall sconce is shown here with an OLED panel in front directly illuminating a room and another in back reflecting light off the wall.

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