Are LEDs really more efficient?

Published in Technology & Computing

Raise your hand if you are interested in LED lighting because it lets you get more light for less power

Better lighting with quantum dots?

Published in Production

RedShark Technical Editor Phil Rhodes lifts the veil on quantum dots, and reveals why they may revolutionize lighting and display technology.

LEDS: Don't mix. You can't match

Published in Technology & Computing

LED lights are a big hit. With low power consumption, long life bulbs, a relatively high light output and little heat radiating onto the set, they have become highly sought after. Kieron Seth looks at the plusses and pitfalls of LED lighting.

What is the state of production technology in 2016?

Published in Production

Great cameras, improving LEDs, but still gaps in the lens market and stagnating workstations: Phil Rhodes takes a look back at the last year's developments in production technology and where they might lead in 2016.

While the rest of the top tier television manufacturers are dropping prices of their 4K/UHD televisions, LG aims to trump the competition with the world's first OLED 4K television and a massive pre-release price cut.

Retrofitting hot lights with 1kw-equivalent LEDs?

Published in Production

A new product might hold the key to LED output matching that of 1k tungesten lights and could pave the way for a retrofitting trend.

RedShark Review: Zylight F8 LED Fresnel

Published in Production

Phil Rhodes recently had the chance to test Zylight's F8 LED fresnel and discovered some innovations that may differentiate it from the competition.

HMI remains a viable and useful lighting technology. Phil Rhodes explains the science behind this enduring type of illumination

Lighting: the Quest for White - Part 1 of 2

Published in Technology & Computing

LED lighting seems to have everything going for it: low power consumption, less heat, and a long lifespan. But there's a catch.

RedShark Replay: The white heat of technology - Phil Rhodes talks about white light and a possible means of obtaining it with the minimum possible use of power.

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