Posts Tagged: LED

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

lightly technologies

Lightly Technologies is a Dublin-based startup making flat, tiled light engines using LED.  Very simply, they’re targeting the profile shape of OLED with the performance benefits of LED.  They are currently in the midst of an apparently successful equity-crowd-funding program

lightly technologies

Lightly Technologies is a Dublin-based startup making flat, tiled light engines using LED.  Very simply, they’re targeting the profile shape of OLED with the performance benefits of LED.  They are currently in the midst of an apparently successful equity-crowd-funding program

ansel orbio video

I’m not familiar with Ansel and haven’t seen their product firsthand (so don’t view this as an endorsement), but wow…what a gorgeous product video from a few years ago. Feels like an IronMan movie… One tech piece caught my eye

ansel orbio video

I’m not familiar with Ansel and haven’t seen their product firsthand (so don’t view this as an endorsement), but wow…what a gorgeous product video from a few years ago. Feels like an IronMan movie… One tech piece caught my eye

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

LeEco experience showroom

Via Retail Design Blog, a very elegant project that nicely demonstrates the concept of “embedded lighting,” distinctly showcasing Richard Kelly’s three types of lighting:  Ambient Luminescence, Focal Glow, and Play of Brilliants in a clean, modern fashion.  

LeEco experience showroom

Via Retail Design Blog, a very elegant project that nicely demonstrates the concept of “embedded lighting,” distinctly showcasing Richard Kelly’s three types of lighting:  Ambient Luminescence, Focal Glow, and Play of Brilliants in a clean, modern fashion.  

transforma by jacob antoni

I like this chandelier concept called “Transforma” by Toronto designer Jacob Antoni – it reminds me of a Hoberman sphere.  The chandelier is a beautiful integration of LED lighting into wood.  Yet I also see lots of opportunity to use

transforma by jacob antoni

I like this chandelier concept called “Transforma” by Toronto designer Jacob Antoni – it reminds me of a Hoberman sphere.  The chandelier is a beautiful integration of LED lighting into wood.  Yet I also see lots of opportunity to use

translucent wood and light installation brightens children’s hospital in australia

Via ArchDaily:  A nicely executed example of embedded lighting.  Another example of how thin plies of wood veneer can be used for translucent back lighting. For children especially, hospitals can be anxiety-inducing and overwhelming space. New media studio ENESS aims

translucent wood and light installation brightens children’s hospital in australia

Via ArchDaily:  A nicely executed example of embedded lighting.  Another example of how thin plies of wood veneer can be used for translucent back lighting. For children especially, hospitals can be anxiety-inducing and overwhelming space. New media studio ENESS aims