Views: 8 Author: CNLED网 Publish Time: 2019-07-19 Origin: CNLED网
Glowee, a French start-up, is reconsidering using bioluminescence for lighting.
"Bioluminescence" refers to the light emitted by organisms such as jellyfish or fireflies, which is a chemical reaction occurring in some marine organisms.
The Glowee company extracted the Vibrio fernificus from Hawaii's short tail cuttlefish, added the nutrient gel, and encapsulated it into the light box made of transparent resin. With the consumption of Vibrio Fisher, the light box emitted a faint blue-green light.
Lighting accounts for 30% of global electricity consumption. Sandra Rey, CEO and founder of Glowee, has been focusing on nature, hoping to use bio-lighting systems to help people save energy better.
However, Glowee's "bio-light" is still too weak compared with ordinary bulbs.
So, the question arises. Do you think this kind of bioluminescence will be widely used in the field of lighting in the future?