IES Education Webinars
Layers of Light: Residential & Hospitality
Learn how historical and psychological context can inform layered and adaptable lighting design solutions for lobbies, reception areas, restaurants, and residential living spaces that result in happier humans and more dramatic architecture.
Metrics in Motion: Color Metrics
This webinar will look at recent developments in the specification and evaluation of color rendition including an overview of TM-30-18 and subsequent developments. How those developments could change lighting practice over the next 10 years will also be explored.
Metrics in Motion: Connected Lighting
This webinar will address some of the questions being pursued in Connected Lighting research, such as how to evaluate the accuracy of energy and electrical data that can be reported by connected lighting systems, and how and where to measure energy use in systems that are capable of essentially continuous change, tuning, and adaptation.
Quantifying Luminaire Performance – How Luminaires are Photometered and How That Data is Applied in Lighting Simulations
This seminar will cover the basics of how luminaires are photometered, how distributions and photometric centers are defined, near field/far field photometry, and the surprising importance of luminous geometry.
TM-30, In 2018 and Beyond: Guidance for Improving Color Quality
This webinar covers the history of the development of TM-30, and the updates included in the TM-30-18 publication.