Smart LEDs are to be utilised to clear snow drifts in the United States.
Augmented reality, the technology responsible for the hit Pokémon Go app, could be about to change the lighting industry for the better.
Could Apple be about to rescue OLEDs? PLUS: Cyclotron interactive LED bicycle unveiled. AND: We reveal the hidden costs of lighting world landmarks - you will never guess who is most thrifty! Lux Today July 19th 2016.
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.
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
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.
Disney Research creates first all light network. PLUS: America's historic Route 66 undergoes LED make-over. AND: Management Director at Trilux Dietmar Zembrot speaks exclusively to Lux Today about the internet of things. Lux Today July 12th 2016.
Dr Gareth Jones is here to answer your technical questions. This month, he enters the twilight zone of mesopic lighting
Lighting professionals and those with responsibility for lighting have reason to feel good about themselves. We are, after all, the bringers of light, illuminating the spaces we inhabit, chasing the dark. We are the good guys.
But like the original ‘bringer of light’, Lucifer, are we destined to lose our angelic status, to become the fallen due to greed and envy? Are we set to become the gimp of Big Data, the eyes and ears of Mass Surveillance?
In the most basic sense, light is crucial for most living things residing above deep sea level. Plants use light to develop by a process of photosynthesis, where CO2 is converted into carbohydrate in the chloroplasts of the plant cells. It is also possible to enable photosynthesis using artificial light, and control the development, shape, and flowering period of a plant.