Moors Law roughly translates as computer processing power doubling every two years and Buckminster Fuller Curve predicts that human knowledge will double every two years give or take …and according to IBM when the internet of things gets into its stride this couple of years could be every 12 hours. Well… for those following the blog have seen our quest for better and better for LED lighting the fast improvements in performance, efficiency and even look of LED lighting seem to be on the same curves
The National Trust across Wales is revising its lighting and looking at those difficult to treat areas where LED tech was not up to scratch especially in the small and intimate lighting plus the overall gain over flourescent have reached such a stage as it’s now worth changing. Its survey, survey, survey at the moment to build the case for another mass change. We are working with European Lamp Group to work on the best solutions from the new generation of filament LED through to the smallest intimate candle bulb for a C18 sconce on wooden paneled room. the pace of tech development is jaw dropping. I think we have a lamp for all occasions and if not it’s not too onerous now to develop a new bulb.
But I have not forgotten why we do this! We are looking after the landscapes captured by the image below for future generations. Use less, Use better and then make your own (energy that is)