The Olympic Village in Rio de Janeiro has been described as ‘unsafe’ and ‘unlivable’ just two weeks before the Games are set to begin.
The LED revolution dealt a fatal blow to fibre optic lighting, right? Why would anyone want to use that kind of clunky kit when there’s an elegant, light-on-its-feet, technology like LED available. Well, whatever our techie friends might think, the fibre optic lighting system is far from dead. Indeed, its demise has been greatly exaggerated as fibre optic technology has found a way to live in an LED world.
It has been known for sometime that Amazon plans to use drones to deliver packages, but up until now the gritty detail of their proposal has remained something of a mystery.
The respected Lighting Research Centre in the United States has issued a pointed critique of the American Medical Association’s recent warning that LED could be a health risk.
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Human centric lighting has a lot of buzz around it at the moment, but what do we actually know about the technology? Here are ten articles to help you find out more.
Artificial lighting could be making people prematurely frail and susceptible to illness, scientists are warning.
Manufacturers of LED lighting are building up just the right skills to become brilliant drug smugglers
Flickering lights trigger headaches and can alter our perception of movement. For this reason it is important to understand why it occurs and how to prevent it
Dr Gareth Jones is here to answer your technical questions. This month, he discusses the colour rendering index.
Philips Lighting has unveiled a major range of lamps with variable colour temperatures aimed at property renters. The SceneSwitch LED range features three light settings of different output and colour temperatures. Uniquely, the settings can be selected by a simple light switch, meaning users don’t have to purchase a dimmer switch or use a smart phone app.