This interactive session will explore how new lens and control technologies are creating additional value and design opportunities for LED lighting. Participants will be invited to control and demo luminaire beam shapes and create dynamic scenes from their mobile devices.
- How this new lens technology is different from theatrical zoom and multi-point technologies.
- How new liquid crystal technology enables beam shaping.
- How to design with dynamic beam shaping.
- How to control the infinite beam possibilities.
Benya Burnett Consultancy
James Benya is recognized as one of the world’s top authorities on lighting design and applied illuminating engineering. He is especially known for his work in the field of design with emphasis on daylighting, lighting efficiency and sustainable design. James is a professional engineer and lighting designer with 40 years of experience in architectural lighting design including daylighting, theatrical and performance lighting, urban streetscapes, light as art and zero net energy building design. He is also the author of two books, Lighting Design Basics and Retrofitting and Relighting, and among the most widely-respected international lecturers and speakers in the field of lighting design, daylighting design and efficient buildings.
A graduate of University of Colorado’s Architectural Engineering program, David Kriebel has over 20 years of experience in the lighting industry, building companies, and educating the design community on new technologies, and best practices. David has been successful in growing markets, securing financing, building, motivating and leading a sales force, and investigating new business opportunities.