Great Minds are Young

Wireless Data from Light Bulbs, Now That’s Something!

Posted on: August 19, 2011

It’s true that the wireless communication has developed and improved and reached amazing speeds and quality in various countries, but where I come from it’s still in its very early if not primitive stages, which makes my working sessions on the internet long, frustrating and painful. But that’s another story…

Last night, I found a potential solution for my problems with wireless communication, and the problems of a lot others even in the highly developed countries where Wireless Communication seems to be well performing. Well, it’s of course a futuristic solution, but still a very interesting and viable one.

Last night I had the opportunity to watch a very interesting lecture and demonstration by Professor Harald Haas at Ted.com. “Harald Haas is the pioneer behind a new type of light bulb that can communicate as well as illuminate – access the Internet using light instead of radio waves.” So, he invented a light bulb that can be used as both a light and an internet provider, solving the four essential problems that face us in Wireless Communication.

It would be really amazing if this technology would be available real soon. It is extremely interesting, user-friendly, cost-effective, and innovative.

Enjoy 🙂

Harald Haas_Ted.com (Please follow Link)

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