Leave it to the folks at Disney to figure out that simply rubbing two pieces of material together can generate electricity.
Created by Loop.pH, this reactive carbon-dioxide, solar-powered LED light structure will probably keep revelers entertained for hours.
Start-up NliteN plans to make and sell a flat LED light "bulb" for less than $10 and maybe for as low as $3 by next year.
Heineken is betting on the fact that you've been yearning for flashing light with your beer.
An upstart company promises to have you reading text messages from your wrist in just a couple of months.
Though most gym floors fit the dimensions of various courts, there's been that long-standing struggle of painted lines. That's where LED lights come in.
A startup has figured out a way to take large displays made up of arrays of LEDs and shrink them down to make displays that are very small, efficient, and bright.
One MIT student who recently experienced an alcohol-induced health scare decided to apply his considerable wits to the problem of getting trashed, using technology.
If you're a fan of Michael Jackson or just love a good glove, we want to know what you think about this odd design by Wang Lili. Love it? Hate it? We've got more details about Lili's 'Night Communication' concept to help you make up your mind.
What happens when you combine the organic expression of freerunning with a little bit of modern LED tech? One filmmaker decided to find out.