Our favorite articles and links from the past week in light measurement, LED testing, optics and science. Enjoy!
Ninth-grader Cary Huang has set out to make relative sizes in the universe a little more relatable with an online scale model of the universe.
Kickstarter project that adds an LED light show to your guitar and allows you to learn to play by following the lights on the fretboard. Check out the video.
New developments in the measurement of subatomic particles travelling faster than light, contrary to Einstein’s theory of relativity.
LEDinside reports that LED bulb prices continue to fall dramatically.
Gamma Scientific News
Our newest product, the Gamma Scientific Bi-Spectral Fluorescence Spectroradiometer, takes precise measurements throughout the UV, visible and near IR spectrum to quickly obtain detailed fluorescence data for samples, including LED phosphors. The system is able to simultaneously measure reflectance, transmittance and absorption while utilizing dual, calibrated integrating spheres to measure total flux.
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We are excited to be recognized as a California manufacturer.
For those that were unable to attend the conference we added our presentations from the show that discuss comprehensive LED measurement solutions and our NVLAP accredited calibration and testing services.