Category Archives: Lighting Education

guangzhou international lighting exhibition: embedded lighting slides

Thank you to all those who attended my conference session as part of the THINKLIGHT forum at the Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition. Here is a Dropbox download link to my full slide presentation (a large PPT file which includes video),

guangzhou international lighting exhibition: embedded lighting slides

Thank you to all those who attended my conference session as part of the THINKLIGHT forum at the Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition. Here is a Dropbox download link to my full slide presentation (a large PPT file which includes video),

lightfair 2017: my conference session report card

Not too often do people put their performance evaluations into the public domain. However, I’m so impressed with the attendee evaluations I received for my Lightfair 2017 conference session “Ambient Luminescence and Experiential Design” that I will post them for

lightfair 2017: my conference session report card

Not too often do people put their performance evaluations into the public domain. However, I’m so impressed with the attendee evaluations I received for my Lightfair 2017 conference session “Ambient Luminescence and Experiential Design” that I will post them for

guangzhou international lighting exhibition

In two weeks I will be presenting “Embedded Lighting” as part of the THINKLIGHT conference track at the Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition. I’m looking forward to exploring this major global lighting show, organized by the same Messe Frankfurt organization that

guangzhou international lighting exhibition

In two weeks I will be presenting “Embedded Lighting” as part of the THINKLIGHT conference track at the Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition. I’m looking forward to exploring this major global lighting show, organized by the same Messe Frankfurt organization that

addison kelly

Last week, at the end of my Lightfair conference presentation titled “Ambient Luminescence and Experiential Design“, a crowd of people came up to me at the end of the conference to ask me questions, connect, etc.  Patiently waiting until the

addison kelly

Last week, at the end of my Lightfair conference presentation titled “Ambient Luminescence and Experiential Design“, a crowd of people came up to me at the end of the conference to ask me questions, connect, etc.  Patiently waiting until the

lightfair 2017 presentation: ambient luminescence and experiential design

Thanks to all who attended my conference presentation titled “Ambient Luminescence and Experiential Design“. As promised, here is the presentation in PDF format: BradKoerner_2017_Lightfair_Philadelphia_FINAL DRAFT Here is the PDF of the handout material (a collection of articles I wrote originally on

lightfair 2017 presentation: ambient luminescence and experiential design

Thanks to all who attended my conference presentation titled “Ambient Luminescence and Experiential Design“. As promised, here is the presentation in PDF format: BradKoerner_2017_Lightfair_Philadelphia_FINAL DRAFT Here is the PDF of the handout material (a collection of articles I wrote originally on

IES richard kelly grant – call for entries

Open to anyone 35 years or younger in North America, the Richard Kelly Grant seeks “…to recognize and encourage creative thought and activity in the use of light. Cash award(s) will be granted to the person(s) who preserve and carry

IES richard kelly grant – call for entries

Open to anyone 35 years or younger in North America, the Richard Kelly Grant seeks “…to recognize and encourage creative thought and activity in the use of light. Cash award(s) will be granted to the person(s) who preserve and carry

a new concept for “glare”

When exactly does a romantic “sparkle” become a bothersome “glare”? I’ve been considering this question now for some time, particularly in relation to Richard Kelly’s six qualities of light. To me, the primary factor that tips the balance between a

a new concept for “glare”

When exactly does a romantic “sparkle” become a bothersome “glare”? I’ve been considering this question now for some time, particularly in relation to Richard Kelly’s six qualities of light. To me, the primary factor that tips the balance between a