With the introduction of the commercially viable incandescent bulb in 1879, our ability to control and apply light was forever altered. One hundred and thirty years later, as governments step up lighting regulations and energy concerns fuel the innovation of illumination, lights are undergoing another revolution, and light-emitting diodes are leading the charge.
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