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GreenLight

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The GreenLight is a prescription product developed for the xdesign Environmental Health Clinic. The light is prescribed for Impatients* interested in changing their relationship to energy systems; improving indoor air-quality and developing experience with closed and coupled systems design–the chief strategies for improved environmental performance.

This lighting product diffuses light by coupling to photosynthetic processes. Planting strategies can be specified to address particular indoor air quality issues including VOC, benzene and formaldehyde removal.

Like other prescription products this product requires a clinic appointment to introduce the design parameters involved, and the novel issues involved in distributed power production.

The GreenLight was presented at Next Fest in LA. Watch a video here.

The GreenLight also featured at the Neuberger Museum of Art, on the roof of GOMA as well as on Inhabitat and Treehugger.

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8 Responses to “GreenLight”
  1. Barry Says:

    Where can one buy the Greenlight?

  2. Jenevieve Hubbard Says:

    Fabulous! How do I get one?

    PS – I live far away from NY.

  3. Anders Bekeken » Greenlight, de gezonde LED-lamp ? , weblog powered by stichting Milieunet, Utrecht Says:

    […] De Greenlight worden ingezet in behandelruimten voor patiënten met luchtweg aandoeningen. Zie dit filmpje (het downloaden kan erg lang duren). […]

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  6. Zachary Says:

    I live in Portland, OR and I am really interested in becoming an Impatient. Is that possible?

  7. gallery of modern art Says:

    really interesting, where can i buy this kind of green light ? 😀

  8. m.a.e. Says:

    How expensive are these lights to produce on large scale?

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