“Lighting has become significantly cheaper over the last few years,” says public speaker Daniel Levine. “Innovators are working on making illumination even cheaper. That’s creating a variety of ways to brighten up the dark.”
Advances in solar power are generating a variety of lighting options. Bridges, like the Blackfriars in London, are using captured sunlight to power lights, signs, and other illuminations along their spans. Solar power is being used in a variety of houses as well, and is even being incorporated into hand-held devices for camping and outdoor adventuring. Efficient LED lighting is also making lighting easier to generate. In cities across the globe, this reliable source is being used to generate dramatic displays at night that can be changed to suit certain themes and ideas. Individual households are also benefitting from LED light bulbs, which last significantly longer and operate much cheaper than traditional bulbs.
Humans have become so talented at lighting up the night, they’re now working to provide the power of light to living things. Thus far, sheep and plant life have been genetically modified to glow in the dark. What could be next?
“For a long time, electricity was, in some ways, a novelty,” says keynote speaker Daniel Levine. “People were happy having incandescent light at their disposal. But environmental concerns and improvements in technology have made lighting cheaper, and that’s created a trend in new ideas and new designs.”
About Daniel Levine
Daniel is a trends expert and keynote speaker. He specializes in consumer trends and shares his knowledge with corporations and audiences around the world as he works to maximize their profits and abilities. Learn more at http://DanielLevine.com
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