Products, Materials & Tools | Mar 25, 2009

MAZeT Presented Innovative LED and Light Control at the Embedded World 2009

MAZeT presented itself as an experienced system partner for developing and producing customized embedded computing solutions for medical, automation and industrial measuring technology.

The company showed its spectrum of services ranging from development and series supply to after sales support and current reference applications.

As a system partner, MAZeT offers its customers a partnership over the complete product lifecycle. MAZeT is embedded in a highly effective network of technological partners, which in cooperation with one another can implement comprehensive customer requirements.
  
Industrial LED and Light Control:
As one of the highlights at the world's largest trade fair for embedded technologies, MAZeT demonstrated its innovative technology in the areas of LED and light control. At the end of 2008, this technology was successfully utilized in the art installation "LUCE. The Sound of Colors". The project realized the challenge of converting music into color: using innovative MAZeT color sensors combined with CORTEX controller boards, 170 balloons of different sizes radiated light to the music of the Jena Philharmonic Orchestra, using various light colors that were particularly brilliant and homogeneous. In Nuremberg, MAZeT showed the system solution used in the art installation and explaining the process for precisely controlling color and brilliance. MAZeT also presented its new sensor ICs, whose spectral resolution, extreme noise immunity, adaptability to customer requirements and potential for modular expansion enable new cost-effective solutions to be created for industrial, analytical and lighting applications.

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