Posts Tagged: BIM

more photons, less paper

Join me on Valentine’s Day at the Strategies in Light conference in Long Beach, California.  I will present some examples of using BIM, parametric design and virtual renderings to sell and specify “embedded lighting.” You can find the conference info

more photons, less paper

Join me on Valentine’s Day at the Strategies in Light conference in Long Beach, California.  I will present some examples of using BIM, parametric design and virtual renderings to sell and specify “embedded lighting.” You can find the conference info

lighting design in BIM via AR/VR

There are some really cool things are happening with the combination of BIM (building information modeling…such as Revit) with AR (augmented reality).  Via SPAR3D, one supplier, Visualive3D, has developed software where a BIM model can be accurately aligned to a

lighting design in BIM via AR/VR

There are some really cool things are happening with the combination of BIM (building information modeling…such as Revit) with AR (augmented reality).  Via SPAR3D, one supplier, Visualive3D, has developed software where a BIM model can be accurately aligned to a

philips luminous patterns – virtual reality rendering experiments

As part of our Philips Luminous Patterns development efforts, Eline Slingerland developed virtual models of our products using the Unreal Engine as part of her internship at Philips Research.  Unreal is normally a game development engine for serious Xbox and

philips luminous patterns – virtual reality rendering experiments

As part of our Philips Luminous Patterns development efforts, Eline Slingerland developed virtual models of our products using the Unreal Engine as part of her internship at Philips Research.  Unreal is normally a game development engine for serious Xbox and

the next evolution of lighting: embedded lighting

Introduction – The Next Evolution Part I – Connected Lighting Part II – Embedded Lighting Miniaturization is a big deal. The lighting industry seems to chronically undervalue the importance of simply shrinking the size of components, to either reduce the overall volume

the next evolution of lighting: embedded lighting

Introduction – The Next Evolution Part I – Connected Lighting Part II – Embedded Lighting Miniaturization is a big deal. The lighting industry seems to chronically undervalue the importance of simply shrinking the size of components, to either reduce the overall volume

the next evolution of lighting: connected lighting

Introduction – The Next Evolution Part I – Connected Lighting In the next five years, the overwhelming majority of lighting fixtures and their controls will be connected to the “cloud” via IP-based communications standards.  Let’s consider how connected lighting systems impact the lighting industry,

the next evolution of lighting: connected lighting

Introduction – The Next Evolution Part I – Connected Lighting In the next five years, the overwhelming majority of lighting fixtures and their controls will be connected to the “cloud” via IP-based communications standards.  Let’s consider how connected lighting systems impact the lighting industry,