How a $1.3 million blue beam prototype could save the planet
A prototype of a new lightbulb that uses blue light to create a “pink glow” has been installed in the Norwegian capital.
The device is intended to replace bulky fluorescent bulbs and is aimed at reducing the amount of CO2 emitted by homes and businesses.
The prototype was installed at the office of a Norwegian company called Till Valhalla, which is developing a system that would replace the use of fossil fuels.
The lightbulbs would provide enough power to light up buildings and create a green glow, according to the company.
The company, which was founded in 2008, said the project is one of its “most ambitious” plans.
The project will cost $1,300 per bulb and is slated to be operational in 2019.
The lighting device has already been installed at a company called Red Light, which has offices in Berlin and in Oslo.
A similar device, called an “intelligent light,” was installed in New York City last year.