Enjoy our favorite stories from the past week in the world of lighting, LEDs, testing and phsyics. If you are interested in learning how to improve the efficiency of your LED testing make sure to visit our booth at Strategies in Light 2012. “Ford LED Display” image courtesy of beckstei on flickr, from the 2012 Detroit Auto Show.
Philips’ transparent OLED module emits light into the vehicle when switched on, but allows for a clear view outside the vehicle when off.
OSRAM has developed prototypes of blue and white LEDs where the light-emitting gallium-nitride layers are grown on silicon wafers.
Katherine Boehret at All Things D provides a guide to light bulb basics and how to choose a bulb.
Do you have what it takes to be America’s top young scientist in grades 5-8? Discovery Education and 3M are bringing the top 10 students to Minnesota to compete for a $25,000 prize.
Urban farming has made significant strides by utilizing LEDs as an artifical light source.
In Case You Missed Them – Posts from the Gamma Sci Blog
UDT Instruments, a division of Gamma Scientific, produces LED testing solutions based on a high performance radiometer/photometer to capture photometeric, radiometeric and fiber optic measurements.
A preview of our exhibition plan for at Strategies in Light 2012. We are displaying spectroradiometers for LED test and measurement, integrating spheres, high-speed LED testers and LED sorters. We will also be discussing our NVLAP accredited lab for LM-79 and SSL testing.
If you are interested in solving complex technical problems and have a passion for Physics, Optics or Engineering take a look at our open positions. We are currently hiring a Calibration Laboratory Manager, Mechanical Engineer/Designer and Systems Scientist.