Sound and Vision from Thursday's Lit Up Fringe event
Imperial Fringe event ‘Lit Up’ celebrated the International Year of Light through a range of events last Thursday. I dropped by and interviewed some of the stallholders about their wares. See more reaction here.
James Bannock of the Centre for Plastic Electronics talks about solar cells you can print, and even wear (1′ 37″):
Edward Lofts, PhD student at the Centre for Plastic Electronics tells us more about new solar cell technologies, and about spray on organic LEDs (5′ 36″”):
Joshua Edel of the Chemistry Department explains why he give his undergraduate students Lego to play with (3′ 23″):
Neasan O’Neill from Energy Futures splits light using scissors, cardboard, and a blank CD (0′ 58″”):