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Thread: Sustainable Light

  1. #11
    Sustainable development is anything that does harm the environment in the future so it could be. I would give a big credit to the guy who invented that sustainable light!

  2. #12
    Thanks for this post because i am impress this site.

  3. #13
    I saw your video. and finally your design. its really good. keep posting

  4. #14
    In the same line, an initiative from South America for rural areas to have free light thanks to plants. The project can be seen from the following link https://www.utec.edu.pe/plantalampar...as-que-dan-luz

    iluminacion-autosuficiente.jpg
    I work in a renewable energy company OVACEN with five years of experience.

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by carles View Post
    In the same line, an initiative from South America for rural areas to have free light thanks to plants. The project can be seen from the following link https://www.utec.edu.pe/plantalampar...as-que-dan-luz

    iluminacion-autosuficiente.jpg
    That's really a great initiative from South America for rural areas. It's a great idea to give free lights from plants.

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by Branch Gordon View Post
    So I did some digging around tonight on the Internet...on ways to improve the amount of usable light from a vegetable oil lamp. Turns out these were used quite heavily in the 1800's...based on a design by Aime' Argand in 1780.

    Argand lamp - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    I can't find ANY detailed info on how to build one however. It's absurd! This photo is the best I have found: Stage Lighting Museum - History - 18 century: innovations in stage lighting

    There was a patent filed...but I don't know how to access patents from that far back.

    An Ebay search brings up a lot of antiques...but it looks like they have all been converted to electric: argand lamp | eBay

    I found a guy on Youtube who hasAgoc Travel replicated the lamp...but he's the only person I can find: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e98z...Y&feature=plcp

    That's real usable light...and sustainable!

    Has anyone else heard/read about Argand style lamps?
    Its good that you are doing this reserch and working on ways to improve the amount of usable light from a vegetable oil lamp. My friend is also doing these reserches and he might haveheard/read about Argand style lamps. First of all I will ask him and then I will contact you.
    Last edited by JohnFedele; 07-30-2019 at 09:24 AM.

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by PaulWebb View Post
    That's really a great initiative from South America for rural areas. It's a great idea to give free lights from plants.
    Yes really it is a very great idea.

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