Named after the German mathematician, astronomer, and astrologer who discovered the Supernova, Johannes Kepler, this luminaire is reminiscent of black holes and portals from science-fiction. COHDA have used highly innovative materials for this design, multiplying single LEDs over a large thin surface to widely refract the light and give the illusion of infinity. The fine material, which has been likened to hosiery from the fashion industry, creates a fascinating effect, like a kaleidoscope of light rays.The unit is adjustable at installation with 350 degrees of movement around the X axis and 360 on the Y, meaning any position is possible. The unit can then be locked into place to maintain the configuration and position. While Kepler is unique and intriguing as a stand alone piece, layering the transparent units creates a dazzling effect when they are grouped. With Kepler there is an opportunity to create huge and impressive light installations using very compact and lightweight units.