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New lighting

paradigms

Watch the Light Bite Trilogy on new lighting paradigms.

 

In this Light Bite sequence, you will explore how to apply new lighting technologies to design next-generation solutions.

 

Click one of the images below to start part 1, 2 or 3.

Part 1

New lighting paradigms

Part 2

New lighting paradigms

Part 3

New lighting paradigms

In this Light Bite series, you will discover how we are pushing the envelope and exploring the benefits of next-generation lighting systems for our homes, offices, hospitals, schools, stores and even cities.

 

Part 1:

New forms of light, focuses on innovations that are revolutionizing the way in which spaces are lit, de-cluttering the lighting infrastructure and providing new visual and even acoustic experiences, through the use of textiles and connected light sources.

 

Part 2:

The behavior of light, shows how easily programmable “light behaviors” can enhance the role lighting plays in supporting our everyday activities, indoors as well as outdoors, and for both personal and public applications.

 

Part 3:

Beyond illumination, explores the ways in which LED has opened up all-new applications. The light infrastructure is becoming increasingly digital and intelligent - with endless options for personalization, monitoring and control.

Meet your host:

Laura Taylor

 

Laura Taylor is Design Director for Innovation at Philips Lighting. It is her passion to apply the latest research and insights on lighting so that we can improve our quality of life.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                              
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