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Genesis DynaSpectrum™ Awarded Best of What’s New by Popular Science

Mittwoch, 19.10.2016 17:50



NEW YORK --(BUSINESS WIRE)--

LED powerhouse Lighting Science® is proud to announce that their innovative biological LED lamp, the Genesis DynaSpectrum™, has been named a Best of What’s New 2016 product in the Home Category by Popular Science magazine. The magazine’s yearly round-up reviews thousands of new products in the science, home and technology spheres to determine just 100 winners that represent “a significant step forward” in their respective category.

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GENESIS DYNASPECTRUM™ AWARDED BEST OF WHAT’S NEW BY POPULAR SCIENCE (Photo: Business Wire)

GENESIS DYNASPECTRUM™ AWARDED BEST OF WHAT’S NEW BY POPULAR SCIENCE (Photo: Business Wire)

“The Best of What’s New awards honor the innovations that shape the future,” says Kevin Gray, Executive Editor, Popular Science. “From life-saving technology to incredible space engineering to gadgets that are just breathtakingly cool, this is the best of what’s new.”

The Genesis DynaSpectrum™ is the world’s first commercially-available luminaire focused on improving the user’s health and productivity. The Genesis emits a spectrum of light that mimics daylight and twilight to regulate the body’s natural circadian rhythm 24/7. The lamp dynamically changes, with or without user interaction, between Lighting Science’s biological LED spectrums, GoodDay™ - to enhance natural energy and focus - and GoodNight™ - to promote a healthy and restorative sleep.

“Beware of the imitators who claim to achieve health & wellness, sleep, and productivity benefits using old fashioned ‘color temperature’ shifting methods,” says Fred Maxik, Chief Technology Officer and founder of Lighting Science. “Our Genesis platform and its DynaSpectrum™ light engine is the first all-in-one HealthE™ lighting solution in the world. DynaSpectrum™ allows us to deliver a biologically-optimized spectrum of light for every time of the day – on demand.”

The Genesis DynaSpectrum technology is so effective at regulating circadian rhythms that NASA is installing a customized version on the International Space Station this fall, where astronauts experience 16 sunrises and sunsets every 24 hours. The Genesis also makes for the ideal desk light or bedside table lamp. On-board sensors monitor local air quality to assist in improved breathing, allergy-relief, cognitive function and sleep. The unit comes with multiple control options, an easy, app-based color/spectrum setting, and can be switched to auto-mode to sync GoodDay™ and GoodNight™ spectrums to your local time anywhere in the world.

The November/December Best of 2016 issue of Popular Science is now available at newsstands everywhere.

About Lighting Science

Lighting Science (OTCQB:LSCG) is a global leader in innovative LED lighting solutions that designs, manufactures and brings to market advanced, intelligent products for consumer and commercial applications. We are committed to using the science of light to improve the lives and health of people and our planet by inventing breakthrough, biologically-friendly LED lamps and lighting fixtures. Lighting Science is headquartered in West Warwick, RI, with research and development facilities in Cocoa Beach, Florida, and offices in China. Find out more about us and our products at www.lsgc.com and join us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and the Lighting Science Blog.

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