Nick-Holoniako is a General Electric company in the United States. In 1962, he developed the world's first red-glowing diode (led-light-emitting diodes). He believes that the ability to obtain red light will also be possible to obtain the other colors of lights.
In 1963, he wrote in the American Reader's Digest that future lighting and display areas would be the world of light-emitting diodes! Holoniako invented the light-emitting diode the following year, he left General Electric and became a professor of electrical engineering at the University of Illinois. He wants to educate more students through education to improve and popularize the application of light-emitting diodes. Many of the physics PhDs he taught at the university became entrepreneurs, chief executives or researchers.
After the improvement of the invention, the market of the light-emitting diode is realized successfully. In the 1963, Holoniako invented the world's first laser-glowing semiconductor lasers. The laser diode is now a key component of CDs, DVDs, players, laser printers and copiers. Since the 70 's, Holoniako has begun to extend the light-emitting diode spectrum to invisible ——— infrared light. A diode that sends infrared light will not only change the long-distance communication system, but will also change the face of the computer.
Nowadays, nearly 80 old Holoniako are still pursuing, the intention uses the method of the light-emitting diode, the massive optical switch integrates in the chip, then realizes optical computer's dream. Holoniako's contribution is to give the posterity a new inspiration, so that the study of new light source, new devices opened up a new way. People have been made to yellow, green, blue, white and other color light-emitting diodes. Now the giant screens made of light-emitting diodes wind fans all over the world, showing figures even during the day. And the traffic lights and all the lights in the car are almost entirely using light-emitting diodes.