Category Archives: Lighting Technology

Detailed discussions of lighting related technologies.

krasnodar stadium LED display

Check out this amazing LED media display at Krasnodar, a Russian football stadium. A curving display that wraps around the entire stadium and varies in height for an impressive effect. The screen is made by Unilumin and has a total

krasnodar stadium LED display

Check out this amazing LED media display at Krasnodar, a Russian football stadium. A curving display that wraps around the entire stadium and varies in height for an impressive effect. The screen is made by Unilumin and has a total

lightact

Lightact is a very interesting lighting and media control system.  There are bunch of features baked into the system that are quite state-of-the-art, such as: Native 3D visualization Control of lighting, video and audio Real time rendering, particle and image

lightact

Lightact is a very interesting lighting and media control system.  There are bunch of features baked into the system that are quite state-of-the-art, such as: Native 3D visualization Control of lighting, video and audio Real time rendering, particle and image

ip 500 alliance

The IP500 Alliance is an interesting standards alliance, focused on creating an open standard for wireless systems in smart buildings. According to their site: The IP500® Alliance is an international industry initiative launched by leading manufacturers, users, and operators. It

ip 500 alliance

The IP500 Alliance is an interesting standards alliance, focused on creating an open standard for wireless systems in smart buildings. According to their site: The IP500® Alliance is an international industry initiative launched by leading manufacturers, users, and operators. It

empire state building

I found some classic old images on my hard drive of the very first prototyping efforts of converting the Empire State Building to LED lighting, dated from approximately January 2007.  Imagine stepping out of the window of an office onto

empire state building

I found some classic old images on my hard drive of the very first prototyping efforts of converting the Empire State Building to LED lighting, dated from approximately January 2007.  Imagine stepping out of the window of an office onto

LG oled in the national palace museum of korea

Interesting, via a promotional posting with Dezeen:  LG is supplying linear OLED panels for what appears to be wall washing in a major museum project.  OLED is lambertian, but in a linear configuration, it wouldn’t be the worst wall washer

LG oled in the national palace museum of korea

Interesting, via a promotional posting with Dezeen:  LG is supplying linear OLED panels for what appears to be wall washing in a major museum project.  OLED is lambertian, but in a linear configuration, it wouldn’t be the worst wall washer

lumion

I met a lighting designer last week who mentioned that he is now using Lumion for some of his presentation work.  Although I personally haven’t used this yet, the software looks quite powerful.  Many of the example renderings are stunning.

lumion

I met a lighting designer last week who mentioned that he is now using Lumion for some of his presentation work.  Although I personally haven’t used this yet, the software looks quite powerful.  Many of the example renderings are stunning.

lumanext

LumaNext is a New Jersey-based seed-stage startup that is launching a “smart-power” system for managing a standalone DC-based power grid in applications such as retail shops. LumaNext is developing an intelligent “power router” that can manage DC input/output loads from

lumanext

LumaNext is a New Jersey-based seed-stage startup that is launching a “smart-power” system for managing a standalone DC-based power grid in applications such as retail shops. LumaNext is developing an intelligent “power router” that can manage DC input/output loads from