What Our Clients Say

Walton Centre

Our products show realistic moving images from day into night. As a result, this has helped improve sleeping patterns and reduce delirium in patients within the Walton Centre’s Intensive Therapy Unit.

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At the time of installation, Consultant Anaesthetist, Dr Priya Nair, said “We’re really proud that we’ve been able to provide this for one of our patient rooms in ITU. This new system is the only one I’m aware of in the country.” Read more about the story.

Royal Stoke University Hospital

Royal Stoke University Hospital has Living Skies installed in departments across the hospital, including in the radiotherapy ward and critical care unit. The moving ceilings are designed to distract and relax patients who are undergoing treatment.

Systems include multiple full-day replicating scenes as well as large-format touch screen controls at the central nurse station. Members of the Critical Care team shared some kind words about the Living Skies installed into the unit.

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The radiotherapy service manager, Carolyn O’Donavan, added “The ceilings really make a difference to our patients. We have had lots of positive comments about them and people even take pictures to show others. They also provide a welcome distraction during their treatment.”

We worked with University Hospitals of the North Midlands NHS Trust to provide these solutions, and Chief Executive of the Trust, Tracy Bullock, commented “These sky ceilings are hugely beneficial to the patients and staff. It has been fantastic to not only see them in action, but to speak to patients about their benefit.” We look forward to working with the charity again in the future!

You can read more about this project over on our blog, or see media coverage from StokeonTrentLive.

GenesisCare, Oxford

Cancer care providers, GenesisCare, added a Living Sky when installing a new PET/CT at the Oxford centre. Hear what Senior Diagnostic Radiographer, Paul Murphy, had to say about how the sky ceiling is improving the radiotherapy experience.

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Along with mood lighting in the colour of the patient’s choice, the moving ceiling imagery helps them to relax. Giving the realistic impression of a skylight, the LED sky ceiling is medically validated and proven to promote relaxation.

Tadley Dental Care

We’re so pleased to be able to help businesses such as Tadley Dental Care improve the dentist experience. Dr Anish Patel describes the benefits our system has brought to the dental centre; the Living Sky ceiling offers a welcome distraction from what can be an uneasy situation.

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St Luke's Cancer Centre

With the installation of new ETHOS machine, Royal Surrey’s St Luke’s Cancer Centre added three Living Skies to help make cancer treatments easier.

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The machine is similar to a CT scanner, and the moving sky ceilings give patients a welcome distraction when undergoing treatment.

As the room has no windows, staff are also feeling the benefits of the system. The screens brighten up the room with calming scenes that give an impression of the world outside.

Royal Surrey County Hospital

See what staff had to say about the new feature ceiling within the gynaecology unit.

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Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital

Staff were delighted to share their experience of their feature ceilings for long-term care.

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Lorn & Islands Hospital

After working with Senior/CT Radiographer, Luanna Lamers, she contacted us to say: “We are so happy with the finished product and the patients love them. It is proving to be a great distraction for anxious patients and a talking point for many more. Every day without fail someone will compliment them!

“On a personal note, your communication and professionalism throughout have been fantastic and helped reduce what could have been a stressful time during the installation.”

Living Skies above scanner at Lorn & Islands Hospital

Kettering General emergency maternity unit​

“Many thanks for all your patience and hard work with this project. You have been great!” – Jane Lafferty, Neonatal Sister

Zoe's Place - baby hospice​

Zoe’s Place was the first baby’s hospice to have our digital aquarium installed. The duo ceiling plays seamless scenes of tranquil fish in the sensory playroom. The system has brought something special to patients, families and the hard-working team.

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Kettering General Skylark ward

Having a laugh at the installation of the digital aquarium with seamless scenes!

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