Posts Tagged: finsix

the next evolution of lighting: embedded lighting

Introduction – The Next Evolution Part I – Connected Lighting Part II – Embedded Lighting Miniaturization is a big deal. The lighting industry seems to chronically undervalue the importance of simply shrinking the size of components, to either reduce the overall volume

the next evolution of lighting: embedded lighting

Introduction – The Next Evolution Part I – Connected Lighting Part II – Embedded Lighting Miniaturization is a big deal. The lighting industry seems to chronically undervalue the importance of simply shrinking the size of components, to either reduce the overall volume

FINsix

I continue to be fascinated by a small MIT tech startup called FINsix, which I wrote about previously here and here.  Looks like they had a sort of “coming out” party at CES in Las Vegas, demonstrating their incredibly tiny

FINsix

I continue to be fascinated by a small MIT tech startup called FINsix, which I wrote about previously here and here.  Looks like they had a sort of “coming out” party at CES in Las Vegas, demonstrating their incredibly tiny

transphorm – GaN power electronics

I just found an interesting 2011 article from MIT’s Technology Review :  A startup called Transphorm is using GaN power electronics to substantially reduce power converter sizes. The possibility of using gallium nitride in power electronics has been known for

transphorm – GaN power electronics

I just found an interesting 2011 article from MIT’s Technology Review :  A startup called Transphorm is using GaN power electronics to substantially reduce power converter sizes. The possibility of using gallium nitride in power electronics has been known for

finsix (onchip power)

  See this MR16 lamp?  Notice that tiny driver next to it?  Now imagine that this tiny driver is actually a complete AC to DC, dimmable LED driver.  Amazing, isn’t it?  And this is the very near future for the

finsix (onchip power)

  See this MR16 lamp?  Notice that tiny driver next to it?  Now imagine that this tiny driver is actually a complete AC to DC, dimmable LED driver.  Amazing, isn’t it?  And this is the very near future for the