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Human Centric Lighting

BMW M Motorsport Uses Human-Centric Lighting at the Famed 24-Hour Le Mans Race

Driving in a 24-hour car race surely tests a driver’s fortitude.  These day and night racing events are grueling.  Weather is unpredictable and the pace of the cars can exceed over 200 mph.  When darkness comes, the drivers don’t slow down—they continue to rocket through the track. 

OSRAM Showcases Innovation at Boston TechJam

Massachusetts has one of the largest concentrations of entrepreneurs, emerging and leading tech companies, top-tier academic institutions and students, world-class venture capitalists, incubators, and an eco-system of supporting service providers in the world. Boston TechJam is a showcase and accelerator for new ideas and world-class innovations coming out of the Boston, MA region. The annual event kicks off the summer and brings everyone in the tech ecosystem together to exchange ideas and celebrate the region’s technology, entrepreneurship and culture. Music, food trucks, local brews and ciders, and cool technology were center stage on June 14th on Boston’s City Hall Plaza.

This was OSRAM’s first time participating at Boston TechJam.

Human Centric Lighting Gives World Class Skiers an Edge

World-class athletic competitions held at night are pretty unusual. Once the sun slips beyond the horizon, the athlete’s performance curves slip -- a consequence of evolution. What are athletes supposed to do? They have to compete at their highest levels at the very time when their bodies are preparing for a night of slumber.