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Disclaimer: Don’t try this. This is just a guy on a video, it is not suggested that you attempt this at all.
Electricity has two types of currents, AC (Alternating Current) or DC (Direct Current). So when you get shocked with electricity does it make a difference which current you get shocked with? Yes it does, and that is exactly what this humorous electrical engineer Mehdi Sadaghdar is challenging.
The designer Dennis Parren has created a remarkable light bulb that mysteriously displays the different colors of the light spectrum. Appropriately named the CMYK light bulb, this colorful design casts red, blue and green colored shadows. With the use of red, blue and green LED lights and a main light source that is plain white, it will appear to be a mysterious light ensemble of colored shadows.
eHow has an article giving tips on purchasing lighting for your home.hether you are building a new house, doing a remodel or just replacing a single fixture, check out these tips.
Read the eHow article, How to Purchase Lighting for Your Home
eHow has an article on replacing the lighting in your office space. Office lighting accounts for a large portion of electricity used and reducing the energy used in the workplace is a win for everybody.
Read the eHow article: How to Move Over to LED Lighting for Office Spaces
The Dallas lighting market is bright with new technology, new brands, and new looks! Visual Comfort lands a big brand designer alongside Barbara Barry and Thomas O’Brien. Hello Ralph Lauren!! The new line is plush full of thick color, wood texture, brass, polished nickel, all in a sophisticated nautical theme. Hand touches like the famous 1967 cast metal stamps on fixtures and zebra skin table lamps tell you it’s authentic Ralph.