Its Time For March Madness! Basketball Lighting Blog

Posted by on Mar 22, 2013 in Sports | 0 comments

It’s that time again lighting fans, March Madness! 64 teams enter the bracket and only one comes out on top. I cannot wait to see my favorite school performing under the lights. President Obama may have chosen Indiana as his champion, but I, Dr. Bulb, have put my money on Louisville taking home the title. While watching these incredibly talented young men compete, you have to remember that they were not always playing on...

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2013 Super Bowl MVP Pick Disillusionist

Posted by on Feb 6, 2013 in General Lighting, Sports, Metal-Halide | 0 comments

I, Dr Bulb am a positive guy, but some things just are not right, like the selection of the 2013 Super Bowl MVP. Joe Flacco was the winning quarterback and was selected as MVP, but was that the right choice? No. Jacoby Jones would have been an excellent choice as he made a record tying 108-yard kickoff return and touchdown. Why the light bulbs? When the lights went out, the game stopped. 34 minutes later when the lights...

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Could This LED Lighting Innovation Change The Way Sports Are Played?

Posted by on Jan 25, 2013 in General Lighting, Sports, LED | 0 comments

Hey there sports lighting fans! Dr. Bulb here, providing some exciting news about a new development in LED sports lighting. A recent article explains that a high school in Germany has installed a gym floor that uses LED lights for changeable boundary lines. What this means, is that a gymnasium can turn from a basketball court to a volleyball court to a tennis court without having messy overlapping lines. The possibilities...

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Tennis Court Lighting on the Big Stage: The Australian Open

Posted by on Jan 17, 2013 in Sports | 0 comments

I, Dr. Bulb, am a tennis fanatic. It is hard to believe that it is already time for the Australian Open again. I am very excited to watch my favorite players like Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic compete under the lights at the Rod Laver Arena! The Aussie Open is a two week event that often goes late into the night. Something most tennis fans take for granted, but would never go unnoticed by Dr. Bulb, is the high quality...

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