Eleven brilliant uses of Li-Fi: How could Li-Fi be used?

Christina Mercer
Christina Mercer

Christina Mercer

Christina is audience development editor. After graduating from the University of Nottingham reading philosophy and theology in 2013, Christina joined a tech start-up specialising in mobile apps. She has a keen interest in the mobile platform and innovative tech.

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Li-Fi uses common household LED lightbulbs to enable data transfer at speeds of up to 224 gigabits per second. But how will this affect us?

We reveal eight unexpected uses of Li-Fi including the internet of things, augmented reality, underwater safety and more.

For a detailed definition of Li-Fi see: What is Li-Fi: How does Li-Fi work?

Podcast discussion: Wi-Fi vs Li-Fi

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