Cool! Looking forward to seeing those hit the market.
Keep us posted.
But I'm a little confused as LED
's are not typically rated in Luminous Flux (i.e. Lumens) they are instead typically rated in mcd (Milli-candelas). The difference being in one the apparent brightness to the eye and the other Luminous intesity (energy at a very specific despersion).
I would be very intersted in how they would get a Lumen measurement from LED
's - did the article discuss this. For example a 5000 mcd LED
- how many Lumens is that? There are alll sorts of mock formulas for this but there is no direct translation as they measure two very different qualities.
Also - did it mention anything about the LED
's dispersion signature - these are typically very narrow based on the properties of the semiconductors used but for generating that many Lumens, I'd guess that they would have to have hugely wider dispersions.
Just curious - but sounds interesting.