Tag - Li-FI

Li-Fi in Hospitals

They Tried to Transmit Brain Scans Using Li-Fi LED Lights And it Worked!

Li-Fi is a relatively new connection method pioneered by Researcher Harald Hass from the University of Edinburgh that can connect users to the internet using LED Lights.

But researchers from Pukyong National University seek to research and adapt this new technology for medical usage. Successful Li-Fi implementation in hospital environments will make it possible to eliminate the need for medical devices

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Fujitsu Spawns the first Li-Fi Contraption Geared Towards Mass Market

QR codes are highly functional bar codes that have proved to be a slippery form of advertisement for marketers. QR codes can take users directly to a website, verify the legitimacy of a degree, or if put on a resume, redirect an employer to a candidate’s website with a simple scan. Despite their advantages however, QR codes have failed to percolate into the everyday lives of internet users.


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New Li-FI Technology

How Li-Fi Technology Will Make Wi-Fi Nearly Obsolete

In the near-future, you may find yourself looking for the nearest LED light to connect the internet.

Researcher Harald Haas from the University of Edinburgh has made it possible to transform LED light into an electrical signal that can provide high-speed data streaming. 

This means that pedestrians walking down a street illuminated with LED lights could very well be able to surf the internet

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