We've been thinking about lighting the wrong way for years, apparently. Desk lamps with shades over globes, downlights in household ceilings, fluorescent light fixtures in offices. Jake Dyson, son of renowned inventor Sir James Dyson, and an entrepreneur and inventor in his own right, has turned his attention to making a better light -- and fixing the way that designers use light in home and office spaces alike.
"It's not about seeing the light," he tells Gizmodo. "It's about seeing the result of the light."