The varied color spectrum created by lighting fixtures can have a variety of effects on one’s cognitive function, some of these effects may be beneficial while others can be detrimental. The longer wavelengths found in orange lighting can increase your brain activity and alertness while blue and UV wavelengths can cause skin or eye damage, or have even more serious effects.
The Crystallin® Orange Study Light takes the same approach to reduce exposure to harmful blue light by using an innovative liquid crystal-based film developed by Light Polymers called Crystallin. This film is what makes this study-task light the superior choice in desktop lighting for long hours of study or work. The unique orange spectrum is better for your eyes as it reduces eye fatigue.
The Crystallin® Gold97 Task Light delivers safe, comfortable and high-quality light at an affordable price. This light uses an innovative liquid-crystal based film developed by Light Polymers that is designed to reduce eye fatigue. Light Polymers’ Crystallin film produces evenly diffused lighting, making it perfect for daily use. These high-quality lights emit very uniform light, free of harsh LED glare and are flicker-free as well.
Using tuned LED lights, like the Crystallin Salon Downlights, that closely match natural sunlight allows great lighting and color appreciation in the salon. Have you ever left a hair or beauty salon and sworn that you will never come back? The hair or beauty salon business is based on your satisfaction in the way you look – so you keep coming back again and again.
Next generation LED lighting now makes it possible to provide plants, fish and farm animals with specially designed spectra that are significant improvements over daylight and older fixed spectrum lights. Exciting research into varied light spectra and daylight cycles is exploring the range of impacts that lighting can have on living things.
Light Polymers’ VP of Grow Products, Sandor Schoichet, has been featured in Maximum Yield magazine as a guest contributor, talking about Light Polymers’ GrowBlade product line and lyotropic materials technology. Light Polymers’ GrowBlade is a horticultural lighting product that provides the optimum light spectrum for plant growth.
On October 2, 2017, the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded to a team studying the molecular mechanisms controlling circadian rhythms. The laureates discovered how light synchronizes the biological clock in various species. Due in part to work like this, artificial lighting has been increasingly recognized as a significant factor in our health and lives.
AVON has opened a flagship store in Taiwan on 20 August 2017. Customers who have visited the store may notice its gentle and comfortable lighting. To care for the customers in every way, AVON specially chose to install Crystallin downlight products to illuminate their retail spaces.
Operated by Peter D’Amato and Damon Collingsworth, California Carnivores is a nursery for carnivorous plants based in Sebastopol, California, north of San Francisco. California Carnivores is the largest carnivorous plant nursery in the world that is open to the public. Founded in 1989, California Carnivores has been promoting conservation through cultivation for almost 30 years.
Light Polymers, nanochemistry startup and lighting innovator, has released the first type of LED-based horticultural grow-light using the Crystallin Grow Technology – the Crystallin Grow Downlight. Crystallin Grow is a LED downlight specifically tuned to optimal plant-growing light spectra, providing plants the light they need with lower power consumption and a lower thermal signature.