Nanoleaf wants you to control your smart home with a dodecahedron

A few months ago, Nanoleaf revealed a Rhythm Starter Kit that let you synchronize its colorful Aurora light panels with music. At CES, the company released a product designed to control it and more: the Nanoleaf Remote. But instead of a typical handheld remote control, the Nanoleaf Remote is in the shape of a 12-sided polygon — a dodecahedron if you will — which changes the lights depending on which side its on. And the beauty of it is that you dont have to use it with just Nano…<...
Read more