Posts Tagged: coded light

“the light watch” concept

Rogier van der Heide shared a technical concept via LinkedIn which he has submitted to the upcoming Lux Awards program.  Rogier is taking the capabilities of “LiFi” or “coded light” and applying them specifically to museum applications. LiFi is quite simple: 

“the light watch” concept

Rogier van der Heide shared a technical concept via LinkedIn which he has submitted to the upcoming Lux Awards program.  Rogier is taking the capabilities of “LiFi” or “coded light” and applying them specifically to museum applications. LiFi is quite simple: 

hover camera from zero zero robotics

Via Engadget.  Hover Camera is a miniature drone that can fly safely indoors. How about we add a light sensor that can detect li-fi/coded light signals, send it to map out an interior space and the position of all the

hover camera from zero zero robotics

Via Engadget.  Hover Camera is a miniature drone that can fly safely indoors. How about we add a light sensor that can detect li-fi/coded light signals, send it to map out an interior space and the position of all the

the next evolution of lighting: connected lighting

Introduction – The Next Evolution Part I – Connected Lighting In the next five years, the overwhelming majority of lighting fixtures and their controls will be connected to the “cloud” via IP-based communications standards.  Let’s consider how connected lighting systems impact the lighting industry,

the next evolution of lighting: connected lighting

Introduction – The Next Evolution Part I – Connected Lighting In the next five years, the overwhelming majority of lighting fixtures and their controls will be connected to the “cloud” via IP-based communications standards.  Let’s consider how connected lighting systems impact the lighting industry,

bytelight

An update from my earlier post: Bytelight, the Boston-based startup that is focusing on visible-light-communications (or “coded light”) for indoor “GPS” functionality has finally launched a public website. According to their own site: We believe indoor location is going to be

bytelight

An update from my earlier post: Bytelight, the Boston-based startup that is focusing on visible-light-communications (or “coded light”) for indoor “GPS” functionality has finally launched a public website. According to their own site: We believe indoor location is going to be