Nanoleaf Screen Mirror is a multi-sensory home theatre experience

Have you ever been playing a game or watching a movie on your enormous 65-inch 4K TV and thought, ‘This just isn’t immersive enough?’ Then Nanoleaf’s Screen Mirror might be for you. The Screen Mirror has been designed to create an “immersive theatre-like experience” through lights, colours and patterns.

The Nanoleaf Screen Mirror software works with Nanoleaf Light Panels and Nanoleaf Canvas to create “dynamic visuals and real-time reactions.”

Light Panels and Canvas are both in-home lighting solutions to create ambience. Canvas is a touchable, interactive experience, while the modular Light Panels can be designed to match your interior before choosing from more than 16 million colours.


Screen Mirror has been designed to make gaming and watching more immersive.

Nanoleaf’s Screen Mirror has four visual modes to fit different moods and occasions. Choose ‘Match’ mode to amplify an adrenaline-filled action movie, transporting you from your couch and right into the scene; or try the more subtle ‘Melt’ to subtly transition between sequences when you’re watching an art-house film filled with rich colour palettes.

Using the software is a breeze thanks to the desktop app which allows users to control their Light Panels or Canvas from a PC or Mac.

The software is available now and is free to download.

You can get it here.

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Leo Stevenson
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