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  • Magical Carpet...of LEDs

    I continue to be amazed at the things people (especially designers with a flare for all things LED) come up with. If you're a loyal reader - and I certainly hope that you are - you may know that I've featured lots of cool little LED ideas here so far. We've seen LED wallpaper, LED bridal gowns, L...

  • Elemental LED Donates to the Hearst Museum of Anthropology

    Though the ancient Egyptians built the pyramids by candlelight, you can now view a collection of this fascinating civilization's artifacts under the warm glow of Elemental LED lights. We're proud to announce our status as a "Supporting Sponsor" to the Hearst Museum of Anthropology in Berkeley...

  • LEDs Grow Plants in Space

    I've never had a "green thumb," as they call it - even the hardiest house plants seem to whither under my care. So you can imagine I'm quite amazed, if not jealous, of scientists who have figured out how to grow plants in outer space. I can't seem to do it even when things like air and sunlight...

  • Toshiba Ends Incandescent Bulb Production

    After 120 years of manufacturing and selling incandescent bulbs, Toshiba is shutting the doors of its incandescent bulb factories on March 19th 2010. In 2008, Toshiba made the decision to focus on environmentally friendly lighting, and began to transition to lighting options that reduced carbon...

  • A Creative LED Lighting Design...

    LED lights are everywhere in the news these days. It seems the world is finally getting comfortable with the idea that LEDs are here to stay, and that they are in fact the best lighting option on the market. More and more consumers are buying LEDs, and more and more government bodies are making...

  • LEDs Become "Largest Retrofit in Naval History"

    Two Naval bases in California are receiving a complete lighting overhaul, leading to what some are calling "the largest lighting retrofit in Naval history." The Naval bases ofPort Hueneme and Point Mogu in Ventura County are set to replace more than 1,000 street lights, area lights and parking ...

  • Brrr! Shoppers Prefer LEDs in Supermarket Freezers!

    Going to the supermarket can be a bit of a headache, especially for constantly busy Americans. It's not cool, then, when the lighting in the freezer section of your supermarket makes that headache worse with its unappealing florescent glow. Luckily, more and more supermarkets are making the switc...

  • Gorgeous Glowing Sculpture!

    I hate to rub it in, but I had a fantastic Valentine's Day weekend. I know it's easy to hate Valentine's day, seeing how it's a Hallmark holiday and all that, but it's also easy to love it--what's not to like about chocolate and kissing, two major V-day cornerstones? This year was great because...

  • LEDs Integral Part of Olympic Game Opening Ceremony

    If you talk to anyone who watched the opening ceremonies of the 2010 Olympic Games on February 12th, you will most likely be talking to an awe-struck person. Literally everyone I talked to who watched the ceremony was in practical convulsions over how amazing the production and performances wer...

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