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Frederick Morgan, Alfred Ducharme, Brian Chemel, Robert Laszewski, Kevin Dowling: Methods and apparatus for controlling devices in a networked lighting system. Color Kinetics Incorporated, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, August 19, 2003: US06608453 (451 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for computer-based control of light sources and other devices in a networked lighting system. Conventional light sources may be controlled in combination with LED-based (e.g., variable color) light sources to provide enhanced lighting effects for a variety of space-illumination ...


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Ihor A Lys, Frederick M Morgan: Methods and apparatus for controlling devices in a networked lighting system. Color Kinetics Incorporated, Lowrie Lando & Anastasi, August 17, 2004: US06777891 (280 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for computer-based control of light sources in a networked lighting system. In one example, a plurality of LED-based lighting systems are arranged as computer controllable “light strings.” Applications contemplated for such light strings include, but are not limited to, decorat ...


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Ihor A Lys, Frederick M Morgan: Methods and apparatus for controlling devices in a networked lighting system. Color Kinetics Incorporated, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, August 7, 2007: US07253566 (165 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for computer-based control of light sources in a networked lighting system. In one example, a plurality of LED-based lighting systems are arranged as computer controllable “light strings.” Applications contemplated for such light strings include, but are not limited to, decorat ...


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Ihor A Lys, Frederick M Morgan: Methods and apparatus for controlling devices in a networked lighting system. Philips Solid State Lighting Solutions, Joseph Teja Jr, October 6, 2009: US07598684 (83 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for computer-based control of light sources in a networked lighting system. In one example, a plurality of LED-based lighting systems are arranged as computer controllable “light strings.” Applications contemplated for such light strings include, but are not limited to, decorat ...


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Ihor A Lys, Frederick M Morgan: Methods and apparatus for controlling devices in a networked lighting system. Philips Solid State Lighting Solutions, October 6, 2009: US07598681 (78 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are various methods and apparatus for controlling illumination sources in a networked lighting system. For example, disclosed is an integrated circuit to control at least one illumination source. The integrated circuit includes a data reception circuit; an illumination control signal gener ...


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Lys Ihor, Morgan Frederick: Methods and apparatus for controlling devices in a networked lighting system. Color Kinetics, March 3, 2004: EP1393599-A2 (3 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for computer-based control of light sources in a networked lighting system. In one example, a plurality of LED-based lighting systems are arranged as computer controllable "light strings". Applications contemplated for such light strings include, but are not limited to, decorat ...


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Morgan Frederick, Durcharme Alfred, Chemel Brian, Laszewski Robert, Dowling Kevin, Ihor Lys: Methods and apparatus for controlling devices in a networked lighting system. Color Kinetics Incorporated, TEJA Joseph Jr, December 5, 2002: WO/2002/098183 (1 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for computer-based control of light sources and other devices in a network lighting system. Conventional light sources may be controlled in combination with LED-based (e.g., variable color) light sources to provide enhanced lighting effects for a variety of space-illumination a ...


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Ihor A Lys, Frederick M Morgan: Methods and apparatus for controlling devices in a networked lighting system. Color Kinetics, Lowrie Lando & Anastasi, December 2, 2004: US20040240890-A1

Methods and apparatus for computer-based control of light sources in a networked lighting system. In one example, a plurality of LED-based lighting systems are arranged as computer controllable “light strings.” Applications contemplated for such light strings include, but are not limited to, decorat ...


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Frederick Morgan, Alfred Ducharme, Brian Chemel, Robert Laszewski, Kevin Dowling: Methods and apparatus for controlling devices in a networked lighting system. Wolf Greenfield & Sacks PC, Federal Reserve Plaza, April 25, 2002: US20020047628-A1

Methods and apparatus for computer-based control of light sources and other devices in a networked lighting system. Conventional light sources may be controlled in combination with LED-based (e.g., variable color) light sources to provide enhanced lighting effects for a variety of space-illumination ...


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Ihor A Lys, Frederick M Morgan: Methods and apparatus for controlling devices in a networked lighting system. Joseph Teja Jr, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks PC, March 27, 2003: US20030057886-A1

Methods and apparatus for computer-based control of light sources in a networked lighting system. In one example, a plurality of LED-based lighting systems are arranged as computer controllable “light strings.” Applications contemplated for such light strings include, but are not limited to, decorat ...