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Mixed Signals: Animating Lighting with Different Protocols

Wednesday, Apr 12, 2017 6:00 pm
to Wednesday, Apr 12, 2017 8:00 pm

Building Energy Exchange

About the Event

Join IESNYC for Mixed Signals: Animating Lighting with Different Protocols.

Mesh networks like Zigbee are a fast-growing option for controlling lighting. While the use of mesh networks for standard architectural applications is well documented, what is the impact on a façade, LED wall or color changing cove when a mesh network is used to trigger a lighting effect? We will compare mesh networks with traditional controls protocols like DMX and DALI. We will look at linear and non-linear dispersion of lighting cues, and the effect this can have on an animated façade. A live demonstration will be displayed and discussed.

Chuck Cameron, Stan Deutsch Associates
Shaun Fillion, RAB
Ted Case-Hayes, RAB
Jeff Hoenig, Cline Bettridge Bernstein Lighting Design

This event is organized by IESNYC. For more information including registration, visit their event page here.

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