Posts Tagged: connected lighting

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mstick by molt

MSTICK is fascinating concept for a portable, battery operated, Bluetooth connected, app-controlled, multi-pixel light wand.  The US/Korean based company lists an amazing range of usage concepts for it, from audio visualizer to ambient data (like weather reports) to bike light

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mstick by molt

MSTICK is fascinating concept for a portable, battery operated, Bluetooth connected, app-controlled, multi-pixel light wand.  The US/Korean based company lists an amazing range of usage concepts for it, from audio visualizer to ambient data (like weather reports) to bike light

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sony’s smart home lighting

Via The Verge:  Sony is adding the guts of a smartphone into a residential ceiling light, copying some of the concepts of Amazon’s Echo voice-controlled product. If 2016 is the year of connected gadgets doing all the things smartphones can’t,

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sony’s smart home lighting

Via The Verge:  Sony is adding the guts of a smartphone into a residential ceiling light, copying some of the concepts of Amazon’s Echo voice-controlled product. If 2016 is the year of connected gadgets doing all the things smartphones can’t,

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nuimo

Via DesignBoom.  A Kickstarter campaign for Nuimo, a beautifully designed, wireless, multi-purpose controller targeted for the smart home/Internet of Things systems.  Nuimo includes turn, click, swipe and hover sensing; in integral LED display for function; plus an app for determining the routing of

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nuimo

Via DesignBoom.  A Kickstarter campaign for Nuimo, a beautifully designed, wireless, multi-purpose controller targeted for the smart home/Internet of Things systems.  Nuimo includes turn, click, swipe and hover sensing; in integral LED display for function; plus an app for determining the routing of

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the future of architectural lighting experiences: integrated systems europe 2015

The large Integrated Systems Europe expo is a crazy mish-mash of professional grade audio systems, display technologies, video processing technologies, a smattering of lighting controls, plus a host of ancillary accessories and supporting companies.  The show is held every year here in

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the future of architectural lighting experiences: integrated systems europe 2015

The large Integrated Systems Europe expo is a crazy mish-mash of professional grade audio systems, display technologies, video processing technologies, a smattering of lighting controls, plus a host of ancillary accessories and supporting companies.  The show is held every year here in

openAIS project

OpenAIS is a new EU-funded research consortium which is developing open standards for Internet protocol (IP)-based lighting networks, specifically for office applications.  Philips Lighting, Zumtobel and Johnson Controls are among the participants. Good luck guys…the industry really needs this! From the

openAIS project

OpenAIS is a new EU-funded research consortium which is developing open standards for Internet protocol (IP)-based lighting networks, specifically for office applications.  Philips Lighting, Zumtobel and Johnson Controls are among the participants. Good luck guys…the industry really needs this! From the

smart lighting 2015

Just came across this conference scheduled for May 20-21 in Berlin:  Smart Lighting 2015.

smart lighting 2015

Just came across this conference scheduled for May 20-21 in Berlin:  Smart Lighting 2015.

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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,

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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,