Few things can compare to dawn’s rosy light. Experiences like this may only exist in nature, but Ketra lighting is bringing this sensation to the home.

Ketra, which was acquired by lighting controls specialist Lutron Electronics in April, first acquired fame for its ‘natural light’ circadian illumination products, appearing in publications like The New York Times and BuzzFeed.

Ketra lights, built for residences and commercial properties, essentially provide customisable inner daylight.

Lamps use light emitter technology in cooperation with ZigBee, an IoT (Internet of Things) wireless mesh network.

The lighting system can generate a broad spectrum of white, pastel, saturated colours, all of which – says Ketra – can help homeowners live “happier, more productive lives”.