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7 Weird and Wonderful Uses For LED Lighting Technology

7 Weird and Wonderful Uses For LED Lighting Technology

It's amazing to think that just a few years ago, many people thought of LEDs as nothing more than the tiny red lights in our laser pointers but my, how the times have changed! With more and more people

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Philips’ Innovative New L Prize Winning 10W LED Bulb Will Launch for $50 on Earth Day

Philips’ Innovative New L Prize Winning 10W LED Bulb Will Launch for $50 on Earth Day

Philips has announced that it will be launching the most energy-efficient, high performance light bulb ever made - the award-winning L Prize LED Bulb in stores on April 22, 2012, just in time for Earth

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Key Frames: Dancing Figures Light Up the Night With Low-Energy LEDs

Key Frames: Dancing Figures Light Up the Night With Low-Energy LEDs

Groupe Laps' luminous stick figures are made from LED strips and white Polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA), and the articulated joints are made of stainless steel. Keeping sustainability at the heart of the

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Panasonic Unveils “Photosynthesis” Solar Ecosystem at Milan Design Week

Panasonic Unveils “Photosynthesis” Solar Ecosystem at Milan Design Week

The much-anticipated Milan Design Week kicks off on Monday, and Panasonic just sent us the first images of one particularly exciting project — Japanese architect Akihisa Hirata's "Photosynthesis" Solar

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Memory Cloud is an Ethereal Animated LED Installation at Texas A&M

Memory Cloud is an Ethereal Animated LED Installation at Texas A&M

Memory Cloud is the winning design for a lighting installation in the new Memorial Student Center 12th Man Hall. Designed by RE:site (Norman Lee and Shane Allbritton, Artists) and METALAB (Andrew Vrana,

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Prismatic Starhill Gallery Renovation Sparkles and Glows with LED Lights

Prismatic Starhill Gallery Renovation Sparkles and Glows with LED Lights

Spark’s Starhill Gallery renovation transforms the complex from a solid, disengaged building into a series of public walkways and plazas. The cavernous paths carved out by the addition offer shaded

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Cree Unveils Its AeroBlades Modular Outdoor LED Lights

Cree Unveils Its AeroBlades Modular Outdoor LED Lights

Lighting manufacturers Cree just unveiled a design for its new Aeroblades streetlights, modern, fin-shaped LED lights that the company hopes will replace traditional overhead streetlights. Cities

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VIDEO: Wrecking Crew Orchestra’s Tron-Inspired Dance Video is a Blaze of LEDs

VIDEO: Wrecking Crew Orchestra’s Tron-Inspired Dance Video is a Blaze of LEDs

Wearable LED suits are the hottest new thing on the market, but nobody makes them look better than the Japanese dance troupe Wrecking Crew Orchestra, whose recent Tron-inspired dance routine has gone

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Avant Garde Cineteca Madrid Glows With Dozens of LED Tubes

Avant Garde Cineteca Madrid Glows With Dozens of LED Tubes

Cineteca Madrid's library is intersected by a trapezoidal staircase woven with clear plastic tubes filled with energy saving LED lights that give off just enough light to allow visitors to browse an

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Ingo Maurer Unveils Innovative Geometric LED Wallpaper

Ingo Maurer Unveils Innovative Geometric LED Wallpaper

Ingo Maurer is a German light designer best known for his cute Birdie Lights, but for his latest project, he joined forces with Architects Paper to develop a glowing wallpaper piece. Made from a large

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Makoto Tojiki’s “No Shadow” LED Sculptures Depict Humans and Animals in Showers of Lights

Makoto Tojiki’s “No Shadow” LED Sculptures Depict Humans and Animals in Showers of Lights

Tojiki begins his work process by choosing a living organism and studying its shadow. He then begins constructing a massive sculpture with LED strands. His "No Shadow" works are a play on words and

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SWITCH75 Liquid LED Light Bulb Named Edison Award Finalist

SWITCH75 Liquid LED Light Bulb Named Edison Award Finalist

SWITCH Lighting has been named an Edison Award Finalist after developing an LED light bulb that uses a liquid cooling technology. The unique liquid bulb's innovative technology and beautiful design played

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Student Designer Creates More Sustainable Packaging for LED Light Bulbs

Student Designer Creates More Sustainable Packaging for LED Light Bulbs

While LED light bulbs help save energy and are most certainly a greener choice than incandescents, the packaging of these more eco-friendly light bulbs leaves much to be desired. Using Philips LED bulbs

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Tomorrow is the Last Day to See BIG’s Pulsing 10-Foot Tall LED Heart Sculpture in Times Square!

Tomorrow is the Last Day to See BIG’s Pulsing 10-Foot Tall LED Heart Sculpture in Times Square!

If you're in New York City, head to Times Square to show your love by making this 10-foot tall LED heart sculpture glow a brilliant pink. Designed by the Bjarke Ingels Group, the heart hovers within a

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Scott Alger’s Light Graffiti Portraits Capture the Energy of His Subjects

Scott Alger’s Light Graffiti Portraits Capture the Energy of His Subjects

Alger has been fusing his love for the practice of light graffiti with his interest in New York City’s downtown elite, musicians, and other artists. He creates unique portraits which combine his

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Jacob Sutton’s Ghostly Snowboarder Surfs the Alps in a Glowing LED Suit (VIDEO)

Jacob Sutton’s Ghostly Snowboarder Surfs the Alps in a Glowing LED Suit (VIDEO)

World-renowned fashion photographer and filmmaker Jacob Sutton shot this incredible film of a ghostly snowboarder wrapped in glowing low-energy LED lights swooshing through snow and trees at night. Sutton

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Daniel Libeskind’s Glittering Reflections on Keppel Bay Towers to Open in March

Daniel Libeskind’s Glittering Reflections on Keppel Bay Towers to Open in March

Situated along 2,460 feet of lush shoreline, Reflections is Libeskind’s first residential project in Asia.  The six residential towers are linked by sky bridges that not only connect the buildings, but

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PHOTOS: Inhabitat Spends the Night in Quebec’s Hotel de Glace Ice Castle!

PHOTOS: Inhabitat Spends the Night in Quebec’s Hotel de Glace Ice Castle!

A visit to the Hotel de Glace is truly a magical experience. After the heated check-in pavilion, a path leads to the pointed arch complex made from snow and ice. Fur-covered wooden double doors welcome

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Daniel Libeskind Unveils Shimmering LED Chandelier Inspired by the Big Bang

Daniel Libeskind Unveils Shimmering LED Chandelier Inspired by the Big Bang

Designed in collaboration with Austrian lighting company Zumtobel, the eL Masterpiece measures a statuesque nine feet long by almost 3 feet in diameter, and it weighs in at a massive 350 pounds! While the

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Cuddly Babyloid Robot Comforts Lonely Senior Citizens

Cuddly Babyloid Robot Comforts Lonely Senior Citizens

The Japanese have a knack for inventing robots to replace human interaction - so far we've seen guide dogs, machines to assist elderly peoples’ movement, and even kissing machines. Now, Japanese

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2012 Times Square New Year’s Eve Ball to Dazzle With Philips LED Lights!

2012 Times Square New Year’s Eve Ball to Dazzle With Philips LED Lights!

Can you believe that 2012 is just a few days away? We're gearing up to ring in the New Year with style and what better way to do that than with green technology? The Times Square New Year's Eve

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Glowing Red Garnets Pavilion Educates Travelers on Italy’s Timmelsjoch Road

Glowing Red Garnets Pavilion Educates Travelers on Italy’s Timmelsjoch Road

The Timmelsjoch is a well-known high mountain pass that links the Ötztal Alps along the border between Austria and Italy. The pass has historically been an important route for travel and is now famous

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Reverse Sunglasses Outfitted with LED Lights Chase the Winter Away

Reverse Sunglasses Outfitted with LED Lights Chase the Winter Away

With winter slowly closing in, grey skies are on the horizon - and we should all watch out for signs of seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Now three guys from Denmark think they've got the solution for

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GE to Illuminate the National Christmas Tree With Amazing LED Lights Today!

GE to Illuminate the National Christmas Tree With Amazing LED Lights Today!

Today marks the date of the National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony in Washington, DC - and we're looking forward to a stunning unveil complete with sparkling strings of energy-efficient LED lights.

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Self-Sufficient Thessaloniki Piers Pavilions Are Topped With Shiny Solar Orbs

Self-Sufficient Thessaloniki Piers Pavilions Are Topped With Shiny Solar Orbs

The Thessaloniki Water Transport system makes use of four piers (Eleutheria Square, Megaro, Aretsou, Perea) around the Greek city to pick up and drop off ferry passengers. Giannikis SHOP proposed a

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WindyLights: Beautiful Wind-Operated Outdoor Lights to Illuminate Our World

WindyLights: Beautiful Wind-Operated Outdoor Lights to Illuminate Our World

WindyLight is a unique wind-operated, outdoor lighting system that has been designed to let soft gusts of wind illuminate our world. Every WindyLight is made from a series of WindyWheels, which are

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Toto’s Poop Bike NEO Completes Its 870 Mile Journey Across Japan!

Toto’s Poop Bike NEO Completes Its 870 Mile Journey Across Japan!

We are so excited to learn that the amazing Toilet Bike Neo has completed its poop-powered 870 mile journey across Japan! Earlier this year, top toilet maker Toto unveiled their talking three-wheeled

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VIDEO: All-Electric Tron Lightcycle Hits the Streets!

VIDEO: All-Electric Tron Lightcycle Hits the Streets!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=irkxIpNBJJU The Lightcycle comes complete with a TRON-style helmet for the rider, and with a flip of a switch the bike's LED lights fire up,

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The Best Green Finds from Day 1 of 100% Design at London Design Week

The Best Green Finds from Day 1 of 100% Design at London Design Week

The temporary turtle pavilion by Inflate is one of a large range of temporary structures that are ideal for either indoor or outdoor events. Made in part from recycled materials, they are illuminated by

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Radioactive Control: LuzInterruptus Haunts Dockville Festival with Ghostly Nuclear Figures

Radioactive Control: LuzInterruptus Haunts Dockville Festival with Ghostly Nuclear Figures

Anonymous artist group LuzInterruptus rattled the crowds at Hamburg's Dockville Festival with a haunting installation that reminds us of the dangers of nuclear power. The Spanish collective is known for

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