Luminea Curtain with Swing Arm

Illuminate your sensory room or create a magical corner within your sensory room using this suspended fibre optic curtain. This Luminea Curtain includes a Swing Arm, which allows the curtain to lay against the wall or be swung out into the room. Controllable within the SHX system, with the Luminea App for Android, or with compatible wireless controllers.

 

High quality, high brightness fibre optic curtain for adding visual, tactile and spatial elements to your sensory room
– including Swing Arm for movement between positions.

 

Using the Luminea Curtain within the SHX System

When used as part of an SHX sensory room, the Luminea Curtain is a powerful tool for immersion in relevant sensory room scenes. It can be programmed to activate along with a myriad of SHX content (e.g. to turn on in blue in a rainy day scene to simulate the rain), and can be coordinated with other sensory room lighting elements, or pieces of music. Choose to light the curtain on its own to create a magically-lit corner in a calming sensory space, or add the curtain as a lighting action within any sensory scene.

 

Using the Luminea Curtain with the Luminea App

The Luminea Curtain can also be controlled directly from your Android device. Just download the free Luminea App, connect your Android device to the WiFi network that is generated by the Luminea Curtain and you instantly have dynamic control over the Luminea Curtain, as well as having access to a number of activities included within the Luminea App.

Other control options:

  • Button 6 Controller
  • Switch input for auto mode ON / OFF
  • Switch input for sequential mode (cycle of 7 colours)
  • Auto mode: colour changing passively without any controller.

Specifications:

  • Includes 2M long fibre optic strands with light source integrated into the mount
  • Includes a swinging wall mount to enable curtain to be positioned against the wall or out from the wall.
  • High quality fibre optics with guaranteed durability
  • High brightness
  • DMX protocol