in Virtual Reality
By Chris Damkat, Marius Trouwborst, Romain Rouyer
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Published on Nov 20, 2018
Serbian architect Dejan Todorovic has worked on extremely diverse projects in Spain as well as Serbia and is keen on architecture in every way, shape and form. For Dejan Todorovic, lighting is the essentiel element in architecture, especially when as regards illuminating a museum and its works of art.
With architecture having formed part of his life since the age of 16, Antonio Cruz has worked in many fields on dierent scales with his practice, Cruz and Ortiz Arquitectos. Its has recently completed the spectacular Wanda Metropolitano, Atlético de Madrid’s football stadium.
Every museum has its own unique lighting challenges.
The Museum of Modern Art in Belgrade (MoCAB) took advantage of an extensive structural makeover to integrate innovative lighting solutions that can satisfy varying artistic requirements and exhibition conditions.
The Wanda Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid, new home to Atlético de Madrid, represents a turning point for sports facilities. It is the first football stadium with 100 percent LED lighting. In 2019 it will host the final of the Champions League, the most important football club competition in the world.
Recent advances in LED and lighting control systems have made it possible to optimize and even personalize the lighting conditions for every space or occasion. But to understand the benefits of these new options, it has become critical to evaluate lighting in the right context. This is where the strength of virtual reality (VR) comes in. VR makes it possible to place users inside the environment and showcase the benefits of light in the relevant context.
Four experts in different fields of light came together to discuss the impact that the Internet of Things will have on lighting and lighting design. They introduce themselves and talk about the issues that most concern them. The independent lighting designer and writer, Alan Tulla, moderated the Pioneers of Light discussion in Amsterdam.
As the way that we shop continues to evolve, lighting has an increasingly important role to play in creating an environment that both displays merchandise at its best and provides a mood that chimes with the expectations and desires of shoppers. We explain how to achieve these results.
There can be few more exciting and
valuable ways of engaging with lighting than
to go to one of the lighting workshops that Signify supports around the world. Not only do these have accomplished speakers; they also give attendees the opportunity to handle lighting equipment and to do some real lighting of real buildings.