Are streetlighting suppliers getting a fair chance to enter the market in Victoria?
These days, every lighting company likes to push its eco credentials. But how can the industry really improve its sustainability, beyond adding leaves to company logos?
The flagship store of men’s fashion retailer Henry Bucks in Melbourne has been relit with high-CRI LEDs.
Philips, the world leader in lighting, is taking another big step to distance itself from the business in what could be an eventual spin-out.
You might think you read this some time ago: Philips is opening up the design of its Hue light bulbs so that mobile phone and computer apps will have an easier time commanding the bulbs to flash, dim, turn off, change colours, dance, wash the dishes or do anything that you haven't even thought of yet.
Researchers at Cambridge and Oxford universities have demonstrated a new way of making LEDs that could eventually slash manufacturing costs.
Earlier this week we wrote that office workers confined to spaces away from natural light are tired and weary compared to their colleagues by the window, as a U.S. study observed.
Now, like the proverbial string of buses, another study has come right along revealing the same general effect and more: People who work near the window laugh more.