Timeline of Lighting Technology
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Timeline of Lighting Technology
Lighting through the ages (legend)

Artificial lighting technology began to be developed tens of thousands of years ago, and continues to be refined in the present day.


18th century

19th century

20th century

21st century

  • 2008 Ushio Lighting demonstrates the first LED Filament.
  • 2011 Philips wins L Prize for LED screw-in lamp equivalent to 60W incandescent A-lamp for general use.


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  6. ^ Great Barrington 1886 - Inspiring an industry toward AC power
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  9. ^ note: at St. Louis, Missouri, Tesla public demonstration called, "On Light and Other High Frequency Phenomena", (Journal of the Franklin Institute, Volume 136 By Persifor Frazer, Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, Pa)
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