LONDON — Dr. Diva Tommei, 32, was once a Bioinformatics PhD student at Cambridge University who was spending way too much time in a dark office.
That is until she had a lightbulb moment and invented a device to redirect natural light and transform her gloomy British workspace.
"As people visited me and went into my office, they were like, 'Wait, I need this at home," Diva told Mashable.
Instead of turning sunlight into electricity, and then using that to power indoor lighting, Lucy redirects the daylight into rooms for effective natural illumination.
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Lucy is a smart adaptive mirror that uses robotics to follow the sun throughout the day, in order to redirect sunlight to any chosen area.
Lack of sunlight can lead to everything from Vitamin D deficiency to seasonal affective disorder. Solenica, founded by Diva Tommei, came up with a bright solution: Lucy, a smart, solar-powered natural lighting system. Lucy tracks su...