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Luminus Devices Highlights Latest Advances in LED Projection and LED Applications Including 3D Printing at International CES

Exhibiting a Full Spectrum of High-Brightness Lamp-Free LED Projectors as Well as Cutting Edge Products Designed Around Luminus' Latest Big Chip LED Solutions

LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwire) -- 01/08/13 -- Consumer Electronics Show -- Luminus Devices, Inc., the leader in Big Chip LEDs™, is demonstrating the latest advances in LED technology for projection displays during the annual International Consumer Electronics Show. Visitors will get a chance to see demonstrations of the latest LED technology in a variety of projectors from many different manufacturers.

"2013 will see the continued emergence of higher brightness consumer LED projectors with features rivaling the latest flat panel TVs, except the projectors can easily move around the house and turn any room into a 100+ inch home theater for one night. We are displaying one of these amazing new projectors that is powered by Luminus Big Chips," said Stephane Bellosguardo, Director of Global Product Marketing, Display Business Group at Luminus. "We have aggressively continued our R&D, product innovation and advanced performance based developments. These allow our customers to develop new product strategies around solid-state light sources and enable new and exciting consumer electronic appliances -- not only in traditional business and education markets, but now in the much larger consumer markets."

In addition to the display and projection LED technology being showcased, Luminus is also featuring products integrating the first-ever round LED chip. The new Round Big Chip LED offers a uniquely-shaped form factor that enables more creativity and offers more flexibility along with new performance configurations ideal for high brightness and strong center beam candle power applications -- including flashlights, entertainment, and fiber coupled lighting.

Luminus will also be featuring the largest and highest performance color-mixing LED chip, shown three new fixtures from Philips Selecon designed for theater, museum and TV production markets. These new products join four previously released Selecon and Vari*Lite products in using the same Luminus RGBW color mix LED package. The wide range of lighting applications addressed by the Philips product family are a testament to the versatility of the Luminus RGBW color mix platform.

Luminus will also be demonstrating its recent advances in UV LEDs through an active 3D printing demonstration of an EnvisionTEC Perfactory® Micro desktop rapid prototyping system. Mike Lim, Director of Global Industrial and New Business states, "Luminus' high-power UV-LED platform will accelerate the 3D printing revolution by enabling lower-cost and higher-performance systems and pushing this exciting technology into new manufacturing markets."

Luminus will be exhibiting in room C206, Central Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center. To schedule a meeting with Luminus or for more information, please contact Lynette Rowe at [email protected].

About Luminus Devices
Luminus Devices is a leading developer and manufacturer of LED technologies and solutions for the multi-billion dollar global illumination market. Luminus' high efficacy and high brightness LEDs are used by many of the world's biggest companies for general lighting, projection display, entertainment, ultraviolet curing, life sciences, medical, portable, transportation and digital signage lighting applications. Luminus has more than 151 patents/patents pending worldwide, and its revolutionary Big Chip LED™ technology enables new markets for solid-state lighting. Luminus has been certified for ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004/OHSAS 18001:2007 and its testing lab is accredited for ISO/IEC 17025:2005 for testing LEDs to the LM-80 standard. Headquarters and manufacturing facilities are located near Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. For more information, visit www.luminus.com

Luminus Media Contact:
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