Let there be light. “Better” light, that is.. That's what Federal-Mogul Lighting Products is saying with this month's introduction of a new halogen lamp that allegedly improves a motorist's ability to see and be seen. Using a four-year-old patent inspired by theory dating back to the 1920s, Federal-Mogul is marketing headlamps made with neodymium-doped glass. “It filters out more of the yellow light and essentially allows your eyes to pick up more of the blues and the reds,” ...

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