The History of Neon Light

1902 Georges Claude-Develops the First Neon Lamp

Georges Claude was a French engineer a chemist, inventor and a pioneer in the development of neon lighting and signs. His discoveries and inventions made a milestone in Neon Technology. In around 1902, he is the first person to apply an electrical discharge to create a first neon tube. His invention made the neon lighting to be used longer. Eight years later (In around 1910), Claude showed his first neon lamp to public in Paris. In 1912, Claude’s assistant, Jaques Fonseque, sold the first commercial neon sign to a Barber. Continue reading “The History of Neon Light”