Solid-state lighting is forcing the industry to examine longstanding metrics.
New luminaires for the home and workplace claim to improve occupant health by regulating the intensity and frequency of light.
Integrated technology is bringing new form factors and roles to solid-state luminaires.
Crowdfunding is helping startups and research teams gain a competitive edge by securing consumer support before production starts.
Additive manufacturing technology is yielding high-design and high-tech lamps, luminaires, and lighting systems.
By its nature, solid-state lighting can dim smoothly, but when paired with legacy technology, some outstanding issues may reappear. This is the second article in a multi-part series examining critical issues in solid-state lighting.
The onset of LEDs in lighting has brought manufacturers and designers back to the drawing board to discuss an age-old problem. This is the first in a multipart series on critical issues surrounding solid-state lighting.
Research supports daylighting's positive effect on building performance and human health.
Philip’s latest LED 60W-replacement is among a new crop of lamps melding old-school form with new technology to create an LED “light bulb” that consumers may actually like.
The international controls manufacturer continues to grow by acquisition.
The online tool targets specifiers of the company's Synapse lighting system.
The Web-based tool lets designers customize the company's versatile 28 pendant.
The manufacturer-developer pairing helps Web-enabled devices scale for residential illumination, starting with a BR30 lamp.
The Zumtobel Group has announced that lighting designer Rogier van der Heide has been appointed Chief Design and Marketing Officer for the Zumtobel Group and its three brands– Thorn, Tridonic, and Zumtobel.
A memorial service for Phil Gabriel, who passed away in August, will be held Sept. 23 at the National Gallery of Canada.
Lightfair has extended its Call for Speakers for its 2015 conference. Proposals are now due Sept. 15, 2014.
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