October 08, 2013
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Philips Color Kinetics of Burlington has sparked a movement in light as art, like in the Light Rails in Birmingham, Ala.
The Gateway Sculpture in Ames, Iowa, is comprised of 12 towers that line Highway 30, changing colors and patterns.
When the plastic blue lenses covering the bulbs that lit the Zakim Bridge faded, Philips offered a system of energy-saving, color changing LEDs at cost to brighten the landmark.
James B. Abbott
The goal in 2008 of permanently lighting Philadelphia's arts and entertainment distrcit was to bring the excitement of performance to the street.
The Empire State Building design
Philips developed lights for the Empire State Building in 2012.
courtesy of Philips Color Kinetics
Specially designed lights are central to a Design Museum Boston bench project around the city's Fort Point Channel.
A rail station in downtown Miami serves as the gallery for a permanent interactive light-based art installation.
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