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Lepro next-gen RGB solutions debut touted to use AI to match room lighting to user mood

The new Lepro lights at work. (Source: Lepro)
The new Lepro lights at work. (Source: Lepro)
Lepro claims that its new RGB lighting effect aren't just smart - they're AI-generated, too. Their "first-of-its-kind" LightGPM technology is touted as capable of learning to adjust and adapt in response to a user's voice or even their facial expression to create the most "precise" mood lighting around. The new LED Wall Lights, Neon Rope Lights and LED Strip Lights are also rated to sync with other devices for seamless, intuitive control and smart home integration.

Lepro has introduced its latest RGB ambient room decor as the world's first LightGPM-powered LED or neon solutions for the home. The "first-of-its-kind Generative Pretrain Model for Lighting" is rated to figure out the ideal lighting  implied by voice commands such as "Let's have a Party" or "Time for Reading" and deliver the perfect tuning all by itself as a result.

Furthermore, LightGPM is also rated to adjust the lighting it controls in response to a user's facial expression, which it gets at via a selfie taken in the Lepro+ app. The OEM asserts that this new technology results in the most versatile, precise and adaptable automatic ambient lighting ever.

It comes in the form of the IP20-rated N1 Neon RGB Rope Lights, S1 LED Strip Lights and WL1 RGB LED Wall Lights, all of which are touted to be as customizable and flexible as possible while delivering consistent illumination without dark spots at any point.

They are also touted to sort themselves into differently-colored segments with ease, especially the N1s and S1s with 48 and 25 individual integrated circuits (ICs) per 9.84 feet of rope and 16.4 feet of strip respectively.

The new Lepro lights are also touted to fit "seamlessly" into any existing smart home ecosystem of products and to sync effortlessly with its audio using the in-house LightBeats Music Sync algorithm.

The new LightGPM-powered series is available from now on either or Amazon, starting at $25.99 for S1 light strips; $49.99 for N1 rope lights and $79.99 for WL1 wall lights, with discounts of up to $15 on Amazon right now.


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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2024-04- 3 (Update: 2024-04- 3)