Posts Tagged: panasonic

panasonic space player

Panasonic has launched Space Player, a projector in a track fixture format, targeted at creative retail or event applications.  I remember vaguely that they debuted a prototype of this back at Light + Building 2014. With a diameter of about 6″, the

panasonic space player

Panasonic has launched Space Player, a projector in a track fixture format, targeted at creative retail or event applications.  I remember vaguely that they debuted a prototype of this back at Light + Building 2014. With a diameter of about 6″, the

light + building 2014: camera-based occupancy sensors

Both Panasonic/VS and Toshiba demonstrated technical concepts for using cameras for advanced, precision occupancy sensing.  Such occupancy sensing brings to life more dynamic, personalized control possibilities, including even the possibility of gesture recognition in the future.   Right now, these

light + building 2014: camera-based occupancy sensors

Both Panasonic/VS and Toshiba demonstrated technical concepts for using cameras for advanced, precision occupancy sensing.  Such occupancy sensing brings to life more dynamic, personalized control possibilities, including even the possibility of gesture recognition in the future.   Right now, these

light + building 2014: flex-tape

An interesting trend in lighting tech right now is the growing use of flexible circuit boards for lighting — commonly called “flex-tape”.  Think of this as the high-quality evolution of ye-olde LED rope light.  Lots of suppliers showed flex-tape components

light + building 2014: flex-tape

An interesting trend in lighting tech right now is the growing use of flexible circuit boards for lighting — commonly called “flex-tape”.  Think of this as the high-quality evolution of ye-olde LED rope light.  Lots of suppliers showed flex-tape components

l+b: Panasonic & Vossloh Schwabe

Panasonic and its acquired Vossloh-Schwabe division had a very strong component and module showing at Light + Building.  Two products especially caught my eye, a linear Zhaga compliant module and a socketed OLED module. Panasonic and VS were showing a

l+b: Panasonic & Vossloh Schwabe

Panasonic and its acquired Vossloh-Schwabe division had a very strong component and module showing at Light + Building.  Two products especially caught my eye, a linear Zhaga compliant module and a socketed OLED module. Panasonic and VS were showing a