The intensive care unit is one of the gloomiest places in the hospitals. However, thanks to a new LED light system, patients in the ICUS of hospitals around the world can now feel a bit better and brighter. If you've ever stepped foot in an intensive care unit, you'll know that they can be pretty grim environments. That's all changing, though, thanks to LED lighting systems that can actually be used to improve patient care. Philips is no stranger to LED lighting, and it's already developed it for use in hospitals. Now, though, it's developed the lighting which is being used in the Charité Clinic in Berlin to create a luminous ceiling, to simulate daylight and even play media on a large, sky-like area for critically ill patients. Read More on Gizmodo.


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