IES Archived Webinars (earn CEUs)
A New Measure of Color Discrimination
This presentation will summarize the previous literature on color discrimination and discuss recent work in this area. A recently published study by the current speaker will be discussed, which dispels the conventional wisdom that gamut area is a predictive color discrimination metric.
ANSI/IES – RP-8-18 Practice for Design and Maintenance of Roadway and Parking Facility Lighting
ANSI/IES RP-8-18 Committee Members Don MacLean and Paul Lutkevich will introduce the new standard in standards, Recommended Practice for Design and Maintenance of Roadway and Parking Facility Lighting. This incredibly ambitious and accomplished endeavor puts all of a number of previous Standards regarding Roadway Lighting into one comprehensive tome.
A Second Language of Light
Light is a fundamental element of our existence, but we need to learn a second language of light if we are to share this amazing gift with the world. Join David K. Warfel for a romp through the lighting industry where no one is safe from over-simplification and pithy remarks but where everyone can laugh a little and see the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel.
Codes, Controls, Compliance – Elements of Successful Lighting Control Designs
This webinar will demonstrate how light remains a driving force in architecture, and how lighting designers and architects can collaborate to create better lighting and better buildings.
Color Outside the Lines: Unconventional Applications for Dynamic Lighting
Dynamic lighting unlocks a whole new layer of lighting capability for lighting designers and engineers, but do you know how to use it? What applications is it appropriate for and what can it be used to do? This presentation will explore some innovative ways to use dynamic light and showcase some unconventional examples.
Course Package: Lighting, GUV, and COVID-19
COVID-19 has changed the lighting profession. With new interest in GUV, changes in our work environments, and projections about the future - these five courses provide insight into who we are, how we light, and what it means to practice lighting in the midst of a global pandemic.
Designing Interior Space with Indirect Lighting
This course explores how indirect lighting can be used to improve the comfort level of a space and allow it to be used in multiple ways. Participants will learn lighting design techniques for optimizing the design of interior spaces by illuminating ceilings and walls, and by backlighting through translucent materials.
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