LEDs keep on taking over. Excellent. Answered
It's no secret that we love using LEDs for our projects. They sip power and are fantastically tiny. You can even get an introduction to how they work with just an LED and a coin battery. If you haven't used one yet, make it a new year's resolution to make one light up this year. If you want to complete any resolutions, that'll be one of the easiest.
Yesterday's announcement of the Macbook Air in San Francisco pushes the LEDs further. This isn't the first laptop to have it, but it's a dramatic display of how far the tech has come and how far it needs to go. LEDs aren't perfect for every use, but they hopefully will be someday.
According tothis article some of the current goals are for better whites, deep-UV, and quantum cryptography. All of which sound pretty tasty.
But what about you? What do you want from LEDs that you don't see just yet?