Color tunable light sources provide tremendous flexibility in terms of spectral power distribution, but the resulting range of variation in chromaticity, color rendition, and other characteristics poses a challenge for product characterization and specification.
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Virtual Meeting: K-12 Educational Design: Light and Health Applications – How Can We Apply Light to Promote Health and Well-Being?
This meeting is being jointly hosted by the BSA K-12 Educational Design Community and the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES).
Join Josee Bacon, Regional VP at Axis Lighting, and Sylvain St-Amour, Conseiller en éclairage at Lumen to learn about LEDs, white light, and how to achieve the right shade for your application.
Attendees will virtually visit the Lauder Lobby, the Atrium, Bauhaus Staircase, Studio Gallery, Lounge Areas and the new MoMA store, among several others public spaces and hear about the approach taken for the lighting design.
This webinar will cover the basics of glare, methods and research challenges when investigating glare and creating metrics, and the importance of research in this area. It will also cover work of the Discomfort Glare in Outdoor Nighttime Environments (DGONE) committee including the glare demonstration conducted during the 2019 IES Annual Conference.
Dr. Bahnfleth will illustrate the germicidal lighting spectra and focus on Ultraviolet-C (UVC) as the most effective spectra for destroying the Covid 19 virus. He will describe the various lighting sources and fixture types, their deployment and their strengths and drawbacks.
Join your colleague June 25th for an evening of fun, games, and prizes!
This webinar will share preliminary findings from a new PNNL field study of roadway crash statistics, investigating whether converting to energy-efficient LED roadway lighting with some blue content influences driving safety.