If you’ve been shopping for lights recently, you may have noticed something called “color temperature”. You may have thought, “What is this? I just want to buy a light.” The simple answer is, that number with a K behind it tells you what color light you’re buying. If you’d like to know more click to read the full story, but be warned. Things are going to get sciency.
The Business Report made the early announcement Monday, January 4 ahead of their 33rd Annual Business Awards and Hall of Fame gala in March. Look for the March 1 issue of the Business Report to read the article or buy tickets to the March 17th gala.
Quick. Think about what different rooms are used for. In a kitchen, you prepare food, clean dishes, store food, eat and entertain. A bedroom: you sleep, read, study, play and practice guitar. A living room: watch tv, host parties, relax, read the paper and drink coffee.
Each room is used for specific things, or tasks if you will. For most of us, each of those Continue reading →
Now that you’ve harnessed the power of the sun, it’s time to move on to the next layer of light, Ambient Light. This is the general purpose, artificial lighting that covers any room with a blanket of light. In a bedroom it might be a solitary light bulb in the center of the ceiling. In a living room it may be a Continue reading →
Lighting done right isn’t quickly noticed. So, the lighting plan is often overlooked or rushed, but it actually has a huge effect on the look and feel of any space. How many times have you walked into a room and thought something like, “This feels cozy” or “This room feels like a dentist’s office”? Without realizing it, you were probably being influenced by Continue reading →
With Halloween on its way, I figured some tips could help you take your costume to the next level.
In this video, Svetlana Quindt of KamuiCosplay.com shows a few basic steps to help incorporate LED’s into costumes. While Svetlana uses individual diodes and small batteries, our LED light strips would work really well cut down to the size you need and powered with a battery pack!
She also gives some fantastic pointers on how to solder LED’s to wires and properly insulate your connections, which is extremely useful for custom projects. Working with LED’s can make anything cooler, and popping some lights onto your costume of choice is a great way to get started learning the basics.
If you need any help with a Halloween project, or just want to learn more about LED’s, feel free to give us a call (1-855-768-4135) or shoot an email to email@example.com.
This motor coach brings “Glamping” to a whole other level!
The $700,000, 2016 American Eagle Coach is featured for its “new standard in luxury.”
It features LED lighting, Bose(R) sound system, and a 48” LED HDTV. The bathroom is equipped with a walk-in shower and the master bed has a head and foot massage feature.
All this luxury is controlled by an iPad. It operates the lights, power privacy blinds and shades and A/V system! Check out more in the motor coach and see where else they used LED strip lights at HauteLiving.com.
Hey there everyone! I’ve decided to take us back to the HitLights science corner this week with another neat experiment that utilizes LEDs.
Some intrepid science wiz figured out that you can use the humble, delicious potato to power LED lights. Much in the the way the potatoes have been used to power light-bulbs (minus the efficiency). Continue reading →