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LEDs Magazine Review April 2005 issue

Color Kinetics and Super Vision move towards their day in court
The Michael Jackson media circus might be the highest-profile trial this year in the US, but not as far as the LED lighting community is concerned.
All eyes are on Boston, where the patent dispute between two rival LED manufacturers, Color Kinetics (CK) and Super Vision (SV), is due to be heard in May.

Industry alliance proposes standard definition for LED life
The Alliance for Solid-State Illumination Systems and Technologies (ASSIST) has developed guidelines for defining and measuring LED life, as a first step toward establishing product standards, writes Jennifer Taylor.

Escaping the bulb culture: the future of LEDs in architectural illumination
The real value proposition for LEDs lies in the transformation from bulb culture to digital light, according to Sheila Kennedy, a passionate advocate of LED technology.

China promotes benefits of solid-state lighting
The Chinese government is funding a national program to position the country as a leader in solid-state lighting.

LED market grew 37% to reach $3.7 billion in 2004
White LEDs and mobile phone applications dominated the high-brightness LED market in 2004, but growth is likely to slow as the handset market saturates.

Implementing LED flash in camera phones
A number of thermal, optical, mechanical and electrical criteria should be considered when designing an LED flash into a camera phone , according to Yeoh Boon Keng, Ko Choon Guan, and Shereen Lim of Agilent Technologies.

LEDs find their niche in architectural lighting
Lighting designer Iain Ruxton thinks that LEDs are "still a bit of a gimmick" although the technology has great potential provided that certain inherent problems can be ironed out.

Solid-state lighting in the automobile: concepts, market timing and performance
Despite the advantages offered by LEDs in automotive front lighting, the technology should not be considered a "plug and play" replacement for either tungsten-halogen or HID lamps, write Tom Pearsall, Eric Mounier, Jean-Christophe Eloy and David Jourdan.

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LED projectors cast new light on the historic Citadel of Bonifacio

DOE releases new research projecting LED lighting adoption in common applications

IndyCar racing autos will sport LED-based display panels for fan information

Connected lighting: Partnerships form to advance networked SSL with IoT

Guangzhou lighting fair exhibits evolving market approach (MAGAZINE)

Optimize LED-enabled DLP smart lighting via active feedback (MAGAZINE)

Extend the life of LEDs through protective coatings - Part II (MAGAZINE)

Standards will futureproof intelligent outdoor SSL deployments (MAGAZINE)

Lumileds launches mid-power color packaged LEDs for niche and lighting applications

Bridgelux to become CEC subsidiary, spin out Xenio smart lighting

Focus on Luminaires: Next-Generation Luminaires Solid-State Lighting Design Competition 2015 (MAGAZINE)

Oceanside installs GPS-enabled LED street lights from GE Lighting

LEDs deliver more control and intelligence, as SSL aesthetics and performance advance (MAGAZINE)

Choose open, interoperable lighting controls for commercial project success (MAGAZINE)

Research assesses the value of human-centric lighting (MAGAZINE)

Good intentions yield flicker standard, but questions remain (MAGAZINE)

LED business news: Nichia touts new IP, Harvard names CEO, and CSR Bluetooth

LED business news: Plessey gets UK grant, Everlight and Nichia continue IP battle

Cree adds SC5-based 3.45x3.45-mm packaged LEDs in high-density and -intensity versions (UPDATED)

Lumileds delivers second-generation COB LEDs, 10% efficacy gain







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