Soraa Deploys In UK Museum

Soraa, the developer of Gallium Nitride (GaN) LED lighting technology, based on research out of UC Santa Barbara, has deployed its products at a museum in the United Kingdom. Soraa said its lighting systems are now being used at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, England, which the company says is the world's oldest public museum. Soraa's LED lighting systems are being used to replace what had been a halogen powered light generator system. Soraa says its LED technology provides the widest range of colors that humans can see, but without ultraviolet or infrared radiation, which can damage objects under display. Soraa was founded by UCSB Professor Shuji Nakamura, who developed the first blue LED.