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LED Light Paper

LED Light Paper

LED lighting has come a long way in recent years. It has featured in the fashion industry, as well as been used in homes across the country, and across the globe. However, has a new development topped the charts when it comes to unique lighting solutions? Let take a look.
According to the Daily Mail, late last year, researchers discovered a unique way of lighting up any room in the home (or any object for that matter). They created a way to infuse paper with LED technology, resulting in ‘light paper’ that can be used to brighten anything, anywhere.
This technology can be used on walls or printed onto other items to turn it into a portable light show.
Rohinni, the creators of this unique lighting solution, said: “The world's thinnest light; it is printed and flexible.”
“Today’s lighting methods require soldering LED to circuit boards – now you can just print light on what you want.”
The company has already experimented with this technology, implementing it in wallpaper, snowboards and car logos.
“With Lightpaper, it’s more of a platform of light that we don’t even know how it’s going to be used,” said Nick Smooth, CMO of Rohinni.
He continued: “The magical thing about this solution is that it’s brighter, it’s thinner, it’s flexible, it’s addressable and programmable. You can address the sections of the diodes, which is a whole other space when you start thinking about solutions of light that you can address sections of.”
“Anywhere there is a light, this could replace that.”
Though there is space in the market for a creative solution such as this, there is no telling where it could lead. For now, all we can do is keep an eye out for any sign of development and continue to make the most of green LED technology.
What do you think of the LED light paper? Do you believe it could replace bulbs as we know them or do you think it will become part of a bigger, better lighting solution in the industry? Let us know!
If you’re looking for LED strip lighting, click here. We have a range of LED solutions ideal for home and business use. Alternatively, if you have any enquiries, feel free to get in touch today for more information. We would be happy to help in any way we can, and we look forward to hearing from you.