LED, Light Emitting Diodes, are not only burgeoning as an aspect of the commercial world of lighting commerce but, perhaps surprisingly, are also making something of a mark in the art world. The best culture has always been reflective of the happenings, evolution & advancements within the real world & this high-profile usage of LEDs in art is perhaps an indictment, better than any other, that the Light Emitting Diode is becoming entrenched within the mainstream.
The art itself? Created by one Leo Villareal, whose art, energy conservatory & environmentally friendly, is described as part ‘60s psychedelia & part ‘70s disco.
Light Emitting Diodes, which have just started to be utilised in backlighting ubiquitous flat-panel televisions, will assuredly see their usage at least doubled inn the coming year. The technology is due to be utilised in lieu of fluorescent tubes in a variety of commercial applications.
This assures that such fixtures as street lights (discussed elsewhere upon this blog) will become more cost effective & environmentally friendly. They will, also, look interesting & visually aesthetically pleasing, lighting an area in a more illuminating fashion.
As owing to implicit research into the LED market, the units of Light Emitting Diodes are expected to double to around 30 million in 2k13. LED lights will also, expectedly, comprise 26% of the international lighting market, as opposed to just 5%.