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DIGITAL INTERACTIVE PLACEMAKING
The practice of architectural placemaking through lighting has transformed dramatically in recent years, with technology such as addressable LED, sensors, projection, and advanced digital control systems pushing the boundaries of what is possible. A new industry is emerging that combines innovative lighting and fabrication techniques with new technologies traditionally used on the stage. The combination results in dynamic architectural centerpieces and interactive “light-art” installations that are being integrated into public and private spaces around the world. Two speakers, Robb Pope and Nick Moser will speak about the topic from two perspectives. Nick comes from a background of complex fabrication, and Robb from a background in creating innovative digital installations.
A 24HR CYCLE OF HUMAN-CENTRIC LIGHTING
The role of lighting in public spaces has transformed dramatically in recent years, with technology such as circadian wellness lighting and UVC sanitation. A new industry and the need for 24 hour human centric lighting is emerging to help improve how we interact with public spaces moving into a post-pandemic world. UVC sanitation must be integrated carefully to prevent harming individuals, that’s why the approach to integrating it with a 24 hour controlled system is the future for its safe public use. Circadian wellness lighting operates when people are occupying a space, and sanitization lighting turns on whenever spaces are empty through advanced sensors.