Have you ever wondered what it’s like to enter the Dragons’ Den?
MHA’s MD Tom Harrison got a taste of what it’s like at the UK’s biggest lighting industry event of the year last week – LuxLive 2014. 753 more words
Engadget covers developments in the 3d printing of semiconductors and LEDs. Princeton researchers have developed a technique to 3d-print LEDs and semiconductors, which could lead to smart contact lenses, bionic implants and put solar panels on surfaces and in locations that weren’t previously possible.
Last week, the three scientists who invented blue light emitting diodes received the Nobel Prize. It was certainly well deserved, as this was nothing short of a revolution for lighting. 1,708 more words
This is my last bit of housecleaning from blogs being shut down, for the archives. KLW
This fixture is my very first LED light. It started life to be a halogen fixture in 2004, that sat on a workbench waiting completion. 309 more words