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Lasers Keep Cyclists Safe at Night

  New BLAZE Bike Light Uses Lasers to Keeps Cyclists Safe at Night As bike use rises around the world, cycling injuries and fatalities have increased as well. British design student Emily Brooke was concerned to hear that 79 percent of accidents in the UK occur when bikers are riding at night and are hit by turning vehicles because the driver can’t see the bicycle. So she created a bright green LED bike light called BLAZE that projects a laser image of a bicycle onto the road up to five meters (16.4 feet) ahead of cyclists to alert drivers. BLAZE...

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The world’s first Neon & Light-Art Gallery

On my next visit to London I will definitely be giving the Lights of Soho gallery a look.   Lights of Soho says'Lights of Soho is London’s brightest art gallery and members' lounge, operating as a cultural hub for Soho’s creative community and the global home of creative neon and light art formats. We also provide a daytime meeting space for Soho’s cultural connectors, influencers and creative community.' 35 Brewer St, Soho, London W1F 0RXOpen to the public until 6pm, six days a week. https://lightsofsoho.com  

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Article featured in 'homify' German edition

Article featured in homify, an independent platform for architecture, interior design, interior decorating and construction. homify connects the end user and professionals across the United Kingdom and Europe. it's a light 06. Februar 2017 (German)  

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A Certain Kind of Light

A Certain Kind of Light Observer review – let there be mirror balls by Laura CummingsA show about light: a light show – what might a curator put in? Just about all art concerned with making the world visible in some sense speaks of light, the very condition in which it was made. But an all-inclusive approach would be ridiculous, to be sure, so how about a show on light? You could include Manet, who believed light was the main protagonist of any painting. You could put in Vermeer if you had the funds. You could look at the ever-changing...

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LED Solution for Historic Monumental Electric Chandeliers

LED Solution for Historic Monumental Electric Chandeliers by Ramselaar Light Solutions The Netherlands Institute for War Documentation (NIOD) is housed in a magnificent monumental late 19th century building at the Amsterdam Herengracht (the Netherlands). Recently, the unique brass chandeliers were provided with LED lamps, which were specially developed for this project by Ramselaar Light Solutions. Ron Ramselaar and M. Brouwers, advisor on behalf of the Government Buildings Agency (RGD), tell us about this extraordinary project. LED Solution for Historic Monumental Electric Chandeliers by Ramselaar Light Solutions Equipped with this LED solution a touch of the historic look and feel is...

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