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what Laser or LED color would you choose for your company? Do you think that the colour has some relevance for Marketing?

Soraa’s begun shifting toward the commercial market, in hopes of bringing some of that color knowledge to the home setting. As the company will point out every opportunity it gets, its founder, Dr. Shuji Nakamura, won a 2014 Nobel Prize for his LED tech, which shifts focus from blue to violet.

The company claims its Radiant bulbs have fewer color gaps than standard LEDs, offering a more accurate representation of color “as it is meant to be seen”

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French automotive parts firm Valeo has unveiled a low-voltage electric city car concept that it believes could be sold for as little as £6600 (Rs 650,000).

There is already a big market for low-speed vehicles in China, where more than a million such cars are on the road, and these cars are growing in popularity in Europe. This is a market that could explode around the world

Valeo currently develops a range of autonomous, connected and eletric systems, including the SCALA LiDar laser scanner system, used as part of autonomous systems on the new Audi A8.

The 17th China International Optoelectronic Exposition (CIOE 2015) opens today hosting five concurrent expositions including Optical Communications Expo, Lasers and Infrared Applications Expo, Precision Optics Expo, LED Tech China and Smart City China feature over 3,200 exhibitors covering a total exhibition space of 110,000 sq. meters. For more information regarding CIOE 2015 visit: http://www.cioe.cn/en/index.html

The launch makes SiliconCore the first LED display creator to successfully implement Chip On Board (COB) manufacturing, which combines with its Common Cathode technology to create a highly innovative large format display platform. The first prototype using the LISA platform, in a 1.9mm pixel pitch display will be showcased at ISE and expected to ship in June.

LISA is described by SiliconCore as the most disruptive technology in the LED display marketplace for decades, representing a departure from the usual SMD manufacturing process. The individual Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) are directly bonded to the PCB’s

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A common LED tech in TV is the IPS LED (Inline Plane Switching Light Emitting Diodes). When you see it in the specs list, that TV should be high on your list. The most popular form of LED has been used in Tablet and Smartphone screens, allowing for power saving as well reducing the size of your HDTV to very thin panels.

A step above LED, the technology of OLED/ AMOLED uses diodes to emit their own light. TVs equipped with this spec are some of the best in the biz when it comes to colour reproduction and image quality

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Everybody is in FIR ,what about matching LED with FIR?

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Reed Exhibitions Japan, the organizer of Nepcon Japan 2016 and Lighting Japan 2016, has made revolutionary changes in its exhibition plan and introduced more advanced technologies and manufacturers to broaden the industry’s horizon. Lighting Japan 2016 held at Tokyo Big Sight from January 13-15 this year showcased advanced smart lighting technologies and international lighting components. In an exclusive interview with LEDinside, Reed Japan Show Director Yuhi Maenozo and the company’s Media Organizer Yuki Omichi, shared some of their valuable insights.

In the LED market sector, car sensors tend to use invisible IR LED sensors and laser diodes for distance detection. There are also many optical component suppliers, catching on to the new trend of automotive manufacturers applying LEDs in car lighting applications

Osram Lasers Promote Adoption of Autonomous and Semi-Autonomous Vehicles 

Pulse laser diodes from Osram Opto Semiconductors have been featured in cars for more than 10 years for time-of-flight (TOF) measurements in adaptive cruise control (ACC) systems and automatic braking systems. At AutoMobili-D, Osram will showcase its laser and LEDs in a number of innovative applications for autonomous vehicles and ADAS, including:

An industry-first long range infrared 4D camera concept from Vergence Automation uses 190 Osram infrared LEDs. 4D imaging, when applied to autonomous vehicle use, will be a boon to computer vision, machine learning, and deep learning.

The GazeT Driver Monitoring Global Shutter Image Sensor Demo System from ON Semiconductor uses Osram’s 940 nm infrared LEDs.

Osram lasers dedicated to LIDAR applications are based on the company’s extremely efficient, high-power infrared pulse laser with 905 nm wavelength. The laser’s short pulse length allows systems operating at high optical power levels to realize large detection ranges, while still being safe for the naked eye.

Lasers Let LED Makers Pursue Augmented Reality, New Markets …

(By George Powch and Ajay Jain)

Why is it Important Augmented Reality (AR) is thought by many, including many of the leading CEOs in Silicon Valley, to be the “next big thing,” ultimately displacing our smartphones with stylish, interactive glasses that communicate with the digital world, in part by superimposing virtual images on the wearer’s field of view.

Huge investment is pursuing this vision, much of it focused on micro-displays and sophisticated optics for overlaying images onto a wearer’s view. But just as promising is the idea of scanning such images directly into the human eye. Needed are very low power lasers or laser arrays in RGB or more colors that can be packaged in very small, discreet form factors suitable for integration into attractive, fashionable eyewear. Such lasers do not yet exist, but a technology that meets the challenge is in development, which can also lever the existing manufacturing infrastructure for LEDs. It can also address many other applications in emerging bio-tech and even in SSL markets for highly directional lighting. 

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