2014-06-06

Philips Dazzles Moscow VEGAS Crocus City Shopping Center LED with LED Lights

Royal Philips unveiled the largest project ever realized using its Color Kinetics connected architectural lighting technology – a media façade and lighting design for the newly built VEGAS Crocus City shopping entertainment mall in Moscow. 
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2014-06-04

Grocer Finds GE’s New LED Fixture Is the Answer for Lighting That Lasts

Staying on the cutting edge of technology is one way Heinen’s Grocery Store creates an experience that keeps shoppers coming back, and lighting is essential to this equation—minus the time and cost of replacing lamps. When the Northeast Ohio grocer went looking for lighting that could last, it found an ally in GE—and an answer in LED—that together keep the ladders and lifts tucked away.
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2014-05-28

TDC Provides Core Visual Support for Lighting Festival Vivid Sydney

The Technical Direction Company is proud to be deploying the full range of its professional and technical expertise in providing core technology and services to Destination NSW for the sixth annual Vivid Sydney festival.
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2014-05-20

Global Ad Agency Colorfully Transformed by LEDs

Located in Midtown Manhattan, the offices for advertising agency JWT New York also serve as the global headquarters for JWT Worldwide. As such, the creative office environment is designed to contribute to the agency’s philosophy and help its team create memorable work for its clients.
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2014-05-20

Florida Greenwood Police Department Upgrades to LED Lights

Energy Saving Solutions USA (“ESS” or the “Company”), the creators of the LED with a lifetime guarantee™, today is proud to announce that through its authorized LED dealer Jim Oxley, the Company will be helping the Greenwood Indiana Police Department improve its energy efficiency by replacing its interior lighting with guaranteed for life, energy-efficient Forever LED Lights™.
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2014-05-14

DOE Lighting Impact on Health Report Notes LED Not Particularly Harmful

Recent reports by mainstream Chinese media CCTV that LEDs without diffusers causing blindness within 10 seconds has generated much talk in China, but a report by U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) claim LEDs are not particularly harmful compared to other conventional light sources when it comes to nonvisual applications. 
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2014-05-13

Making Kitchen Lighting Ecofriendly

Smart kitchen lighting goes beyond replacing your old bulbs with more efficient models. Reducing energy consumed by lighting can be easy with a kitchen that's designed for flexibility and makes use of the most energy-efficient lighting of all: natural daylight.
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2014-05-06

LED Lights Brighten Up Niendorf Beach in Germany

Future Lighting Solutions is pleased to announce the completion of a successful project with Studio DL and Leipziger Leuchten, in developing unique new LED lighting that provides energy-efficient ambiance to the grassy beach area along the Baltic Sea in Niendorf, with customized modules enabling adjustable brightness.
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2014-05-05

GE: Cleveland Turns on World’s Largest LED Chandelier

Cleveland’s historic Playhouse Square will turn on the world’s largest permanent outdoor chandelier on Friday at 9:30 pm ET. The 20-foot tall stainless steel light piece will shimmer with 4,200 crystal pendants and LEDs fixtures drawing just 1,700 watts (the equivalent of 17 standard 100-watt light bulbs.)
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2014-04-28

Philips Color Kinetics Lights up Historic 8 Northumberland Avenue

8 Northumberland Avenue's history is as colorful as the LED fixtures that now illuminate it. Built in 1887, the building operated as a 500-room first-class hotel until 1940, when it was requisitioned by the War Office. The building remained occupied by the Crown and inaccessible to the public until 2007, when it underwent a year-long, full-fledged restoration. It finally reopened its doors for general use in 2010, armed with brand new Philips Color Kinetics color-changing LED fixtures in the Old Billiard Room and Ballroom.
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2014-04-24

Cree LED Streetlights Brighten Up Happiest City in California

The City of San Luis Obispo continues to move forward with their Climate Action Plan by upgrading their existing high pressure sodium street lights to Cree® LED lighting, achieving exceptional savings in maintenance and energy consumption while also dramatically improving visibility for drivers and pedestrians alike.
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2014-04-21

Philips LED Digital Lighting Illuminates Baron Palace in Cairo

Royal Philips, the global leader in lighting, today unveiled a stunning lighting makeover of the historic, well-renowned Baron Palace, one of the oldest buildings in Cairo as part of its fifth consecutive pan-African Cairo to Cape Town roadshow. Philips’ latest LED technology combining warm and cool daylight colors has been used to highlight the palace’s features as never before. The innovative LED Lighting allows energy savings of 80% over the traditional lights that are currently used in the Palace and has a lifetime of up to 50,000 hours.
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2014-04-18

Pathway Connectivity Partners with Parsons to Help Advance Student's Lighting Design Skills

Pathway Connectivity™ and Parsons The New School for Design - one of the most prestigious art and design universities in the world - established a partnership to advance students' appreciation for the role lighting can play in design. Pathway donated the use of a Cognito™ lighting console and provided technical support to help the students build an interactive lighting installation. The installation will be featured at lighting, architectural and technology events across the globe.
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2014-04-11

Philips: The LED Art of Jim Campbell

Jim Campbell is an electronic artist who has been working with light sculptures for over 30 years. After graduating from M.I.T with degrees in electrical engineering and mathematics, he worked as an engineer in Silicon Valley. Intrigued by pixilated images, he decided to apply the same principles of low resolution to moving images. He began experimenting with perception and the amount of information required to make an image recognizable in the human mind.
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2014-04-10

Panasonic Presents "SLIDING NATURE" Concept at the Milano Salone del Mobile 2014

Panasonic Corporation today announced the opening of its “SLIDING NATURE” concept installation at this year’s Milano Salone Del Mobile, one of the largest and most influential design exhibitions in the world, held in Milan. The installation this year was designed by noted architects, TORAFU ARCHITECTS. Images and videos from the event will be available on the company’s Milano Salone del Mobile 2014 site.
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2014-04-07

Zumtobel Creates Luminous Interactive Wonderland at the Luminale Festival

The Luminale festival is the Biennale of Lighting Culture and will be held already for the seventh time concurrently with light+building, the international architecture show, from 30 March to 4 April 2014 in Frankfurt am Main. This year, even two projects will be presented that create lighting experiences supported by Zumtobel.
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2014-04-02

Creative Dynamic LED Light Box Concept with ARC’s Control System

In the Taipei City Hall Station’s passageway, there is one LED dynamic light box particularly created by ARC for the UNI-President Corp. Following the tea advertisement on April, 2013, ARC SSL. customized the milk advertisement for Union President Corp. to attract attention of passengers and shows dynamic effects to break the stereotype of traditional advertising light boxes, and significantly enhance advertising effectiveness to achieve environmental benefits and energy saving. 
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2014-04-01

Anolis Lights Iconic Industrial Landmark in Brisbane

The heritage-listed Newstead Gas Ring is an iconic piece of Brisbane’s historical industrial architecture that is now at the hub of a major urban regeneration project, Gasworks, a plan started over two decades ago to transform the formally derelict post-industrial wasteland into a busy and vibrant contemporary living, working and commercial environment.
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2014-03-28

Sustainable Art Brightens iLight Marina Bay

Monique Cousineau, Social Media Specialist for Philips Lighting North America covers Singapore’s iLight Marina Bay in this recent blog entry. Please see below for full entry:
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2014-03-27

Philips Lumileds' Mid-Power LEDs Provide the Ideal for Low-Cost Residential LED Fixtures

 Retailers in Brazil have chosen a low-cost, modular style design using 48V mid-power LEDs from Philips Lumileds that accompanies the country’s line voltage—delivering the required lumen output using up to 5 LEDs per module for over 30 different commercial fixtures
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2014-03-26

Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art Boosts Aesthetics with Flexible LED Lighting

Art museums often serve dual purposes: to display works of art in a deserving and aesthetically pleasing fashion, and to preserve those works for future generations.
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2014-03-24

Jim Campbell Moving LED Sculptures Enliven New York Art Scene

Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of new work by Jim Campbell from March 7 - April 19, 2014. The show will focus on the pioneering artist's most recent series of sculptural light installations. A consummate innovator, Campbell is considered one of the leading artists working today in the field of new media.
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2014-03-21

Bulgaria Joy Station Cheerfully Swaps Colors

Joy Station, a new generation multi-functional entertainment center, opened in October 2013 to provide fun, activity, relaxation, and a cool atmosphere for the people of Sofia, Bulgaria. The first floor stages local and international music acts every week, and the second floor is home to a 20-lane bowling alley. The club also offers darts, billiards, video games, simulators, table soccer, a restaurant, and bars.
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2014-03-21

LED Upgrade Saves Detroit Metropolitan Airport US$1.2M Annually

Power management company Eaton announced that its Cooper Lighting division’s McGraw-Edison Valet and Ventus light-emitting diode (LED) luminaires are replacing 6,050 existing parking garage fixtures at the Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW) to improve efficiencies and optical lighting performance. The conversion will result in a 66 percent reduction in power consumption with an anticipated overall energy and maintenance savings of approximately US$1.2 million annually.
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2014-03-19

Vancouver Net Sculpture Catches Light

Sabrino Santano from Philips Lighting introduces U.S. artist Janet Echelman new net sculpture on display in Vancouver, Canada in this new blog entry.
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2014-03-18

Jasco Products Slims down Cabinet Lighting with Low-power LEDs

Driven by the need to deliver more consistent light output in very slim fixtures, under-cabinet and puck lights benefit from the latest low-power LEDs. 
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2014-03-17

Water Tower Lighting Project Draws Inspiration from U.S. Anthem

Madison Square Park Conservancy’s Mad. Sq. Art announces a new sculptural installation for late winter 2014: This Land Is Your Land by Brooklyn-based Chilean artist Iván Navarro. The site-specific installation presents three water towers inside of which neon reflections repeat infinitely. 
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2014-03-14

BayArena in Germany Recieves LED Face Lift

The BayArena is a football stadium with a multifunctional complex of VIP lounges, training rooms and an official fan shop for the German football club, Bayer Leverkusen. Renovated in 2009 and holding over 30,000 seats, the BayArena is one of the more modern stadiums of the German Football League. 
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2014-03-13

Paris Notre-Dame Interior Basks in LED Glow

Royal Philips, the global leader in lighting, announced it is illuminating the interior of Notre-Dame de Paris with LEDs that will show off the cathedral’s gothic features as never seen before. Philips is placing LED technology at the service of 850 years of history, paying tribute to the architecture of this Gothic masterpiece. A total of more than 400 luminaires were used, with an installed capacity of just 30 kW, compared with almost 140 kW previously – reducing energy consumption by 80 percent.
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2014-03-12

LED Light Sculpture Mimics Celestial Bodies

The Lexington Art League unveiled a new interactive LED sculpture in Triangle Park in the heart of downtown Lexington, Kentucky on Feb. 21st. New Moon, a moon shaped lighting sculpture, was designed by Canadian artist-in-residence Caitlind r.c. Brown and Wayne Garrett as an ode to the celestial bodies above us. 
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