This video has been making its way all over the internet and Twitter for the last few days — well worth it, I must say! Published on Jul 25, 2013 Volcano Choir ‘Repave’ out September 3, 2013 on Jagjaguwar iTunes http://smarturl.it/volcanochoir_itunes Amazon http://smarturl.it/volcanochoir SCD http://smarturl.it/volcanochoir_scd Indies: http://smarturl.it/volcanochoir_indies Director: Michinori Saigo Director of Photography: Toshihiko Kizu Volcano Choir Artist Page http://jagjaguwar.com/artist.php?name… Website http://volcanochoir.com […]
From Belarusian design team Solovyov Design comes an awesome bit of compact fluorescent goodness that breaks the mold of the typical corkscrew-shaped glass envelope. Meet the Insight CFL from Solovyov Design: I love seeing photos of the design team after meeting their lighting product for the first time. It’s almost like seeing into someone’s […]brain, cerebral, cfl, compact fluorescent, Igor Solovyov, lamp, Maria and Igor Solovyov, Maria Solovyov, source
Today’s Daily Lamp is a very elegant design by Hulger for the Danish lighting company Lightyears — from the Lightyears website: Pharaoh is a unique pendant light created for the beautifully designed and eye-catching Plumen 001 light source. Pharaoh’s aim has been to gently frame and enhance the expression of the Plumen light source, preventing […]cfl, compact fluorescent, Designers, Hulger, Lightyears, Plumen, The Daily Lamp
I just got ahold of this video from my favorite LED Social Media Guru, Ginny from Cree. You have to take a few minutes and learn what happens when Grandma drops and breaks a CFL! Check out the original post at Cree’s Blog. Thanks, Ginny! You rock!cfl, CFL cleanup, CFL safety, Cree, Ginny from Cree, what to do when you break a CFL
Something hilarious happened to me last week – well, hilarious to me. I was watching the news early in the morning, and as I flipped through the various new sources it was literally “the stock market” this, and “the blue chips” that, and “Main street took another hit today.” Oh – and JP Morgan irked […]BARCO, Chung Wa Picture Tubes, Cree, General Electric, LED, lighting industries, Lighting Science Group, Molex, philips, stock market, stocks, Tatsuta Electric Wire and Cable, Vu1
WARNING: This is really violent and pretty bloody. I listed it here because of its complete lack of sanity. Seriously, consider this a warning. To be completely honest, I am really unsure as to what to say in this situation. Apparently there are ring fights in Japan that are fought with fluorescent tubes. What’s the […]fluorescent lamp, japanese lamp battle, lamp fight, What?
Have you ever heard of a factor called the Luminaire Efficacy Rating, or LER? Luminaire Efficacy Rating is exactly what it sounds like – it is a measure of how efficient a luminaire is, which basically means “how much light does it put out based on how much energy it consumes?” Imagine it as “miles […]Ballast Factor, EFF, LER, Luminaire Efficacy Rating, Luminaire Efficiency, luminous flux, NEMA, reference ballast, TLL, Total Lamp Lumens
What? Have you ever had a volunteer come to your door with a free compact fluorescent lamp? When my wife and I lived in Oklahoma City, a community program volunteer brought a free compact fluorescent lamp to our house for us to have and use in order to save energy. How nice, right? We thought […]compact fluorescent, Edison Electric, FirstEnergy, FREE, legal, Ohio Public Utilities COmmission, What?
I wrote about a company called Vu1 a while ago – Vu1 has the ESL technology lamp, which stands for Electron-Stimulated Luminescence. It’s an interesting concept that tries to replace the idea of the light bulb into something completely different yet stunningly similar. Reader Chinco Erai posted about a documentary video in the comments recently […]Electron-Stimulated Technology, ESL, light sources, Vu1