Posts Tagged: zhaga

the next evolution of lighting: sustainable lighting

Introduction – The Next Evolution Part I – Connected Lighting Part II – Embedded Lighting Part III – Sustainable Lighting Circular Economy — What goes around comes around. The “circular economy” is a movement to stop the industrialized world’s bad habit of

the next evolution of lighting: sustainable lighting

Introduction – The Next Evolution Part I – Connected Lighting Part II – Embedded Lighting Part III – Sustainable Lighting Circular Economy — What goes around comes around. The “circular economy” is a movement to stop the industrialized world’s bad habit of

LEDs Magazine: LED modules advance in performance

In the October 2013 issue of LEDs Magazine, Maury Wright authored a piece titled “LED modules advance in performance, standardization questions persist”, in which Maury reviews the reasoning behind and the current status of various LED modules, including the impact of

LEDs Magazine: LED modules advance in performance

In the October 2013 issue of LEDs Magazine, Maury Wright authored a piece titled “LED modules advance in performance, standardization questions persist”, in which Maury reviews the reasoning behind and the current status of various LED modules, including the impact of

zhaga – LEDsMagazine

In a recent issue of LEDsMagazine, an excellent pro-Zhaga piece written by Philips’ very own Menno Treffers, who is the General Secretary of the Consortium.  Menno is the Senior Director of Standardization at Philips, and not just specifically lighting (he also is

zhaga – LEDsMagazine

In a recent issue of LEDsMagazine, an excellent pro-Zhaga piece written by Philips’ very own Menno Treffers, who is the General Secretary of the Consortium.  Menno is the Senior Director of Standardization at Philips, and not just specifically lighting (he also is

24° studio – daphne

From 24° Studio, the same New York architects that created the beautiful “Hope Tree” installation I posted a couple years ago, another gorgeous temporary installation using paper modules with internal lighting called “Daphne“. This is a terrific example of what architectural lighting should

24° studio – daphne

From 24° Studio, the same New York architects that created the beautiful “Hope Tree” installation I posted a couple years ago, another gorgeous temporary installation using paper modules with internal lighting called “Daphne“. This is a terrific example of what architectural lighting should

l+b: OSRAM

OSRAM had an impressive booth this year.  Maybe Siemens is really crackin’ the whip for OSRAM’s impending public offering, but their booth really had an energy and some sort of raison d’etre that seemed lacking in their booth at Light +

l+b: OSRAM

OSRAM had an impressive booth this year.  Maybe Siemens is really crackin’ the whip for OSRAM’s impending public offering, but their booth really had an energy and some sort of raison d’etre that seemed lacking in their booth at Light +

l+b: Tridonic

Tridonic, the components division of Zumtobel, launched a couple notable products at Light + Building. They showed a unique LED linear module for direct/indirect lighting.  Looks like an edge-lit glass arrangement with the LEDs running along the perimeter. They also

l+b: Tridonic

Tridonic, the components division of Zumtobel, launched a couple notable products at Light + Building. They showed a unique LED linear module for direct/indirect lighting.  Looks like an edge-lit glass arrangement with the LEDs running along the perimeter. They also

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