This additional patent reinforces our position as an architectural lighting leader in addition to increasing our intellectual property portfolio for these markets.
Overland Park, Kansas (PRWEB) July 24, 2012
LightWild, a leading architectural lighting manufacturer, announced today that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has awarded the company an additional patent for a method of displaying images on building facades. Issued as U.S. Patent No. 8,228,261, the award applies to the company’s approach to illuminating building facades with controllable, color-changing LED lighting fixtures.
LightWild has several examples of the patented technology in place worldwide including projects at the H&R Block World Headquarters (Kansas City, MO), the Anaheim GardenWalk (Anaheim, CA), the Sunset Millennium (West Hollywood, CA), Forever 21 (Cerritos, CA), and the O2 World Arena (Berlin, Germany).
“This additional patent reinforces our position as an architectural lighting leader in addition to increasing our intellectual property portfolio for these markets,” said Tom Stafford, President and CEO of LightWild and Lusio Solid-State Lighting.
LightWild is a rapidly growing commercial/industrial and architectural solid-state lighting leader with products and controls utilized in more than 2,500 retail, hospitality, office, entertainment venue, and façade lighting applications around the world. LightWild’s Lusio Solid-State Lighting brand is an award-winning commercial/industrial fixture leader with more than 100 SSL fixtures for high bay, low bay, aisle lighting, and cold storage applications. With significantly faster payback periods than traditional lighting sources, Lusio fixtures are installed in hundreds of installations including one of the largest SSL general illumination lighting projects at the Qatar Exhibition Centre in Doha, Qatar. The company’s websites are http://www.LightWild.com and http://www.LusioLighting.com.