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The History of the Light Bulb

By Jim Morrison 4 months ago 1892 Views No comments

The quest for artificial light dates back to when man first learned to control fire. Even the Greeks experimented with static electricity.

Lighting Associations and Other Professional Organizations

By Jim Morrison 4 months ago 899 Views No comments

The American Institute of Architects is the voice of the architecture profession dedicated to serving its members, advancing their value, and improving the quality of the built environment.

Quotations and Thoughts About Light

By Jim Morrison 4 months ago 2857 Views No comments

We just love these insightful observations regarding the nature of light by some of the world's greatest architects, designers, and writers.

Low Voltage Lighting: Advantages, Disadvantages and Straight Up Myths

By Chris Johnson 3 years ago 5789 Views No comments

What is low voltage lighting, and why is it so popular? This article looks at on some advantages and disadvantages of low voltage lighting.

What Are Lumens?

By Chris Johnson 3 years ago 717 Views No comments

Using a lamp's wattage to ascertain its brightness (the higher the wattage, the brighter the light), doesn't work anymore. Enter the lumen.

Visible Light Astronomy

By Chris Johnson 3 years ago 1115 Views No comments

Visible light astronomy includes a variety of observations with optical telescopes that work with visible spectrums of light. Visible light is part of the electromagnetic spectrum of light emitted from frequencies of electromagnetic radiation.

How Do Lights Work?

By Chris Johnson 3 years ago 208 Views No comments

If it wasn’t for the fact that Franklin experimented and had the interest back in the 17th century, having a power source to turn on lights, play computer games, listen to music and watch TV in the 21st century may not have come into existence.

Electricity and Light Resource Guide

By Chris Johnson 3 years ago 189 Views No comments

We use electricity everyday even though we cannot see or touch it. Most items in our houses, schools, and offices are powered by electricity, such as televisions, computers, phones, lamps, microwave ovens, kettles, heaters, fans, ...

Reflection and Refraction of Light

By Chris Johnson 3 years ago 876 Views No comments

Rainbows are an example of an optical illusion that occurs due to the behavior of light rays. In this article, we’ll explore the basic properties of light and see how light acts differently when it passes through certain mediums.

All About Light Pollution

By Chris Johnson 3 years ago 558 Views No comments

Light pollution, also known as luminous pollution, is defined as the excessive introduction of artificial lighting to the outdoor environment. People who are unfamiliar with this problem often do not fully understand how light can become a pollutant.

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