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Saturday, October 10 • 2:40pm - 3:40pm
SCIENCE : Color Tuning Luminaires : How to Evaluate Them, How To Control Them

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This presentation seeks to anticipate what a V3.0 lighting environment will look like. How might lighting be made? What are the challenges faced in designing, making and profiting from this change? The speaker, Naomi Miller, FIALD, intends to explore these questions through developing a product and documenting the process, following development from conceptual images through 3D modelling to physical models. As 3D printing becomes more accessible, how does this affect the pricing strategy of Lighting 3.0? Can the design value of an object be separated from the cost of physically making it? Could there be a shift to an "App Store" style market place for digital lighting products? Naomi will explore these questions as she looks at the business models of Lighting 3.0.

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Naomi Miller

Designer/Scientist, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Naomi Miller straddles the line between design and engineering at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Portland OR. By bridging the gap between technology and application, she promotes the wise use of LEDs, working with industry to overcome hurdles and celebrate the opportunities... Read More →

Saturday October 10, 2015 2:40pm - 3:40pm EDT
Room: Key 6

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