Posts Tagged: coded light

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