The Aurora Dress is a spectacular piece of haute couture which was designed by CuteCircuit exclusively for an opera performance hosted by Swiss company Breitling.
Designed with a daring plunging neckline adorned with hundreds of Svarovski crystals, this unique evening gown creates a stunningly elegant silhouette.
Made with silk taffeta and chiffon, the Aurora Dress includes LEDs technology that creates many different patterns, from sparkly colours to an incredible fall of rainbow.
on 11th October 2011 | 3 Comments »
BMW will introduce the next generation of head lights – laser lighting on its BMW i8 – that could cut energy use in half compared to LED lights.
The laser beam headlights will be twice as efficient as LEDs, and can be up to 1,000 times stronger.
BMW will use miniscule 10-micron long laser diodes, which is 100 times smaller than LED units, in the vehicle.
on 7th April 2011 | 1 Comment »
Bombay Sapphire will celebrate its 250th anniversary by participating in the Milan Design Week 2011 with the installation Vapor Infusion, created by Moritz Waldemeye.
He created a stunning and highly imaginative visualisation of the special distillation process used in the production of the premium gin in the iconic blue bottle.
The Bombay Sapphire Vapour Infusion Piece combines the most advanced lighting technology with hand-crafted skills, juxtaposing the contemporary and traditional attributes of Bombay Sapphire in an intriguing and beautiful way.
French crystal makers Baccarat has released its latest design in collaboration with renowned Parisian lighting artist Yann KersalÃ©.
The Jallum lamp is made of French cut crystal, aluminum and can be recognized in the form of a glass baton with LEDs inside it.
There are four cylinders arranged on a charger cradle and can be placed individually or in groups to light up your space.
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Two London-based designers have created a dress embroidered with 24,000 full color LEDs. It is touted to be the world’s largest wearable display.
The “Galaxy Dress” is the center piece of the “Fast Forward: Inventing the Future” exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago.
“We used the smallest full-color LEDs, flat like paper, and measuring only 2 by 2 mm,” say designers Francesca Rosella and Ryan Genz.
French designer Philippe Boulet offers his illuminated furniture collection to those looking to spark up their life a bit.
He is famous for using LED technology to bring light to antique-looking pieces of furniture, like chairs, tables, commodes and last, but not least, beds.
His latest creation, the Poesy bed, is an amazing example of mixing classic and ultra-modern design, Boulet himself describing it as being a “poem” to modern living.