They glow, they are translucently blue, colorless, red or orange, and they float in the room like planets in space... small lamps, not much larger than cherries, fitted with LEDs of the newest generation. We are talking about *Track (read: Star-Track), a system enabling the user to put a light source on any given point in the room, with a single outlet on the ceiling. And there are almost no limits to your design possibilities: lines of light, surfaces of light, individually arranged streets of light in the room – everything is possible! While one was still very much restricted by the previous track and wire systems, *Track‘s new power distribution system offers new possibilities for positioning light. The lamp itself is a small globe made up of two parts: you have the LED, including a lens to focus the light with a translucent plastic casing; secondly, a cooling element covered in anodized aluminum. The transparent plastic casing is available in colorless (model: Europe), blue (model: Callisto), red (model: Io) and orange (model: Ganymed). The cooling element is available in clear anodized aluminium. The globe – and thus one lamp – has a diameter of 28 mm. It‘s light output is approximately 80 lumen, at a consumption of just about 1 W. It is available in 2700 or 3000 kelvin versions. The globe is supported and supplied with power by very fine silver strands, which are simply fixed to the octogones with grub screws. The globe‘s light direction can be set to downward, upward or sideways. A patent for *Track has been filed.