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SkyCeiling: Seeing The Sky In The Operating Room

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posted on Oct, 11 2006 @ 07:50 PM

The SkyCeiling is a luminous virtual window that can transform
interior spaces.
SkyCeilings are particularly appreciated by patients in high tech
healthcare settings, like radiology suites; patient stress is signifi-
cantly reduced.

The high-resolution, large format photography of skies that Sky
Factory makes are the foundation of a SkyCeiling.
The secret of SkyCeiling's realism lies in the 6500K daylight
balanced lighting, and the use of an ‘elevator’, their patent-pending
aluminum frame that holds the translucent image tile above the
ceiling grid.
The overall effect is one of clarity and depth.
SkyCeilings are so realistic that they produce a genuine relaxation
response, just as if one were lying in a field beneath an open sky.


Definately a cool technology.
I cans ee this technology taking off in multiple fields.

I've honestly been wondering how long it would be before
this technology would come into existance.

Comments, Opinions?

posted on Oct, 12 2006 @ 05:13 AM
Wow cool! Mind buying me one of them for my bedroom then hooking it up to a Camera on my roof pointing towards the sky?

posted on Oct, 12 2006 @ 06:45 PM

Originally posted by PisTonZOR
...Mind buying me one of them for my bedroom...

Perhaps, but you'd have to pay with your body later on.
*Laughs amlevelently*

On a more serious note.
I have'nt looked at thr prices, but I'm willing to bet you could go
out and buy the neccesary parts and make one yourself for less
money than the company is asking.

posted on Oct, 14 2006 @ 12:44 AM
did any of you (including the author) even read the article?

Those are normal cieling tiles...just painted to look like windows.

- No fancy high techness about it.

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