Super Vision signs three more LED patent licensees

Nov. 29, 2004
November 29, 2004, Orlando, FL--Super Vision International, a manufacturer of fiberoptic lighting and LED lighting products, has signed three more licensees to its variable color lighting system patent and its Laidman technology portfolio. The three licensees are Element Labs (Austin, TX), TPR Enterprises (Mamaroneck, NY), and Shine Lighting (West Jordan, UT).

November 29, 2004, Orlando, FL--Super Vision International, a manufacturer of fiberoptic lighting and LED lighting products, has signed three more licensees to its variable color lighting system patent and its Laidman technology portfolio. The three licensees are Element Labs (Austin, TX), TPR Enterprises (Mamaroneck, NY), and Shine Lighting (West Jordan, UT).

Nils Thorjussen, founder and president of Element Labs, stated, "I'd like to thank Brett Kingstone and Super Vision for taking the lead on this critically important matter and making the Belliveau patent and Laidman technology easily available to the industry. Their pledge to use all proceeds to fund ongoing legal costs demonstrates their genuine commitment to the protection of open markets. I strongly encourage other companies to join the LED Alliance and help support the cause. Super Vision is not a huge conglomerate with endless resources available to fund armies of lawyers. The more companies who participate, the more resources Super Vision will have to help reach a successful outcome."

Tom Fay, founder and president of TPR Enterprises, said, "LED Lighting as an industry and a technology is in its infancy. It would be a shame to see it stifled. I must say I am disappointed that I haven't seen more support of Super Vision's efforts from the major LED manufacturers who certainly stand to benefit from Super Vision's actions."

TPR is a leading manufacturer of stage lighting products for the Broadway theaters in New York City and major touring companies throughout the United States.

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