We hope everyone is off to a great start in 2012. Enjoy these links from a busy first week of the year in light measurement and led testing. To find the time on this Tix LED clock just count the number of lit LED squares in each digit. Picture by kitroed, titled “LED Heaven.”
Scientists right down the street from our offices at UC San Diego were able to make a living LED screen out of millions of flourescent bacteria.
New Scientist conducted an exclusive interview with one of the world’s greatest physicists as he approaches his 70th birthday.
David Forbes, an electrical engineer, spent six months and $20,000 to make a wearable television vest containing 4,667 pixels.
Home Accents Today gives a nice, quick summary of the 100-watt incandescent light bulb ban that goes into effect this year.
In Case You Missed Them – Posts from the Gamma Sci Blog
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