Museum Light Bulbs Beam Useful Information To Visitors’ Devices

Museum Light Bulbs Beam Useful Information To Visitors’ Devices
technology

Boston's Museum of Science is using its lightbulbs to provide interactive tour guides with games, maps, and details about displays.

Emma Hutchings
  • 28 january 2013

Boston’s Museum of Science is using its lightbulbs as interactive tour guides. The LED lightbulbs from Massachusetts-based ByteLight send location-specific information to visitors by interacting with their device’s camera using signals invisible to the human eye.

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