Business News | Jun 03, 2008

Lamina Opens Product Showroom and Design Center in New York

Lamina Lighting Incorporated (Lamina), the world leader in the development and manufacturer of high-power LED light engines, today announced it has opened The Lamina Design Center, a product showroom and design studio at 336 West 37th Street in Manhattan. The Center is located in The Arts Building (www.theartsbuilding.com), also home to lighting designers, artists and other businesses in the creative field.

“New York City is considered the epicenter of the worldwide lighting design community,” said Dan Polito, Vice President of Marketing for Lamina. “Rough estimates put the number of lighting designers in the area at well over 10,000. We are hoping to further engage with this community in developing the next generation of LED lighting products – and what better place than the creative and inspiring environment provided by our new design center.”

The company plans to quickly roll out a series of networking events and hands-on workshops at The Center. Polito emphases that the workshop curriculum will focus primarily on optical, thermal and electronic issues associated with advancing solid state lighting technology and luminaire design. Future networking events will be held in The Center’s fifth floor studio and rooftop garden.

For more information about upcoming workshops and networking events, or to make a product showroom appointment, please call Dan Polito at 609-265-6802. 

 
About Lamina:
Founded in 2001 as a spin-off from the Sarnoff Corporation, Lamina Lighting is at the forefront of global LED research and product development. With its Atlas™, Titan™ and SoL™ Series LED product lines, Lamina provides ultra-high brightness white LED lighting products that satisfy the growing global need to replace conventional lighting with LED technology for general illumination. Among its other benefits, Lamina's environmentally responsive LED technology and programs aid in lowering CO2 emissions-the dominant GHG contributor to global warming. Headquartered in Westampton, New Jersey, Lamina Lighting is funded by five premier technology venture funds.
For more, visit www.laminalighting.com .
Add comment

You can add a comment by filling out the form below. Plain text formatting. Comments are moderated.

Question: What is 1 + 6 ?
Your answer:
FEATURED

A Cree® J Series® 2835 LED for Every Application on Your List

A Cree® J Series® 2835 LED for Every Application on Your List Cree's J Series 2835 LEDs combine high efficacy and lower power consumption. J Series 2835 LEDs are optimized for low density applications requiring high efficacy and smooth appearance, such as downlights, troffers, and panel lights. Thirteen models of J Series 2835 LEDs are available in 2200 K - ... Read more »

EDITORIAL

Porotech Launches Groundbreaking Micro-LED Product

Porotech Launches Groundbreaking Micro-LED Product University of Cambridge spin-out Porotech has today announced the launch of its first product based on its breakthrough gallium nitride (GaN) production technique that is set to transform the electronics industry. The company has launched the world's first commercial native red LED epiwafer for ... Read more »

EDITORIAL

Luminus Releases XFM-5050 UVC LEDs and Opens New Possibilities for Disinfection and Sterilization

Luminus Releases XFM-5050 UVC LEDs and Opens New Possibilities for Disinfection and Sterilization Luminus Devices today introduced its new XFM-5050 UVC LED series that sets new benchmarks for output, and lowers the $/mW another 20% compared to previous Luminus UVC LEDs. The series offers 2, 3, and 4 chip options with nominal power levels of 120, 180, and 240 mW of disinfection power. Read more »

EDITORIAL

Transform Your Space with Thorn's New VCT Technology

Transform Your Space with Thorn's New VCT Technology VCT technology (Variable Color Temperature) brings a new dynamic to your space. It is now possible to set dedicated color temperatures for specific areas of your space, ranging from 2700 K to 6500 K. The VCT enables you to manually and automatically adjust light levels and to set pre-defined ... Read more »