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  • Course Description: CEU Events: Capturing Light - An Introduction to Lighting Resins

    While utilizing principles of lighting in nature, this course will educate participants on creating dramatic, beautiful, and effective illuminated features in the built environment. They will be able to seek appropriate lighting sources and techniques for their applications by understanding lighting color temperatures and color rendering while minimizing power consumption, improving sustainability, and maximizing the evenness of the lighting. They will also have a working knowledge of how material choices and diffusion impact their lighting decisions, and how all elements of the entire feature must work together to accomplish their design vision.

    Learning Objective 1 Understand and articulate the benefits of using illuminated features in the built environment to maximize human wellness and experience

    Learning Objective 2 Utilize the most appropriate lighting source for various features, taking into account the following lighting details: power consumption, sustainability, color rendering index, color temperature evenness, and gradients

    Learning Objective 3 Explain to learners how the material selection will impact the outcome of the lighting, and equip them with the proper material understanding to ensure a successful project outcome

    Learning Objective 4 Articulate and plan for the building requirements to accommodate illuminated features, including the use of ambient light in the space