Nanoleaf celebrates the launch of Star Wars: Squadrons today, presenting a final design of the spacecraft’s light panel that can be synchronized with the new version. The latest Star Wars game, now available for Xbox One, PC and PS4, has single and multiplayer battles with classic ships such as TIE and X-wings fighters.
The massive design of the Nanoleaf spacecraft incorporates a total of 57 light panels from the company’s iconic triangular line on three separate displays. The larger portion of the spacecraft measures 74 x 52 inches and features different shades of blue, green and white, for which Nanoleaf offers hexagonal colors if you want to create your own home. The other two accent displays on the side of the spacecraft are 49 inches high and are modeled in straight lines with nine panels each.
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Displays are possible through the Nanoleaf modular light panel system that uses a series of linkers, controllers and power supplies to keep them connected. The panels do not require tools for installation and are mounted on walls with removable mounting tape. Once installed, Nanoleaf panels can be controlled via the Nanoleaf Smarter Series application, as well as by voice via smart home platforms such as HomeKit.
To take things a step further, Nanoleaf’s Screen Mirror capabilities allow panels to sync with games like Star Wars: Squadrons and movies, creating more engaging experiences. Nanoleaf panels can be synchronized even with ambient music through a Rhythm module that uses a built-in microphone and does not require any additional software to start the party.
Nanoleaf lightweight triangular panels are available as part of a nine-pack starter kit, priced from $ 200 at various retailers, such as Amazon, or directly from the Nanoleaf online store. Additional expansion sets are also available starting at $ 60 for a four-panel package.