ChromaTherapyLight.com does not endorse, sell, nor profit from any products on this or linked to any other website.
E-light is intended for interior design and architecture education and professional community. The interactive interface will allow one to explore the use of lighting design software for both daylighting and electric lighting through three main modules: lighting concepts, software concepts, and lighting application. The sections cross-reference each other.
Polar Luminous Intensity Graph - http://www.uncg.edu/iar/elight/learn/design/lc_sub/photodis.html
Amber lights for turtle safety, check DarkSky.org for fixtures.
Sea Turtle Conservancy, Gainesville, FL
Theatrical Lighting Filters have many applications in addition to film and theater light color and intensity adjustments; including, nightlights, shadow softening, and color enhancements. Rosco's 32 page pdf is an excellent resource for learning how to use filters to control light.
Additional fun at http://us.rosco.com/en/mycolor
Lighting Education, Centers, & Tours
CLTC (California Lighting Technology Center
University of California, Davis)
LRC (Lighting Research Center, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY) Lighting Education Online is an interactive, Internet-based education program for building, design, and facility management professionals who want to learn more about light and lighting. It is a comprehensive, professional education program in lighting.
IES (Illuminating Engineering Society) hosts many webinars, symposiums, and conventions each year. www.ies.org/education/
You can download their lighting education app at www.ies.org/education/ies-lighting-ready-reference-app/
Light and color introduction www.khanacademy.org/partner-content/exploratorium-ddp/light-and-color/light-color-intro/a/light-and-color-introduction
Additional topics on light, electromagnetic spectrum, light pollution, color available www.khanacademy.org
Hubbell Lighting offers an unprecedented opportunity to gain cutting-edge lighting education in an environment that brings today's most relevant lighting solutions to life. Our 25,000-square-foot Lighting Solutions Center, located at our Greenville, SC headquarters, is engineered to present a total solutions approach to current lighting challenges and to evolve to meet future lighting challenges head on.
Acuity Brands, experience self-paced lighting and controls online training, in the form of eLearnings,
recorded webinars and videos, without leaving your desk.
EYE Lighting This page shows the colors used in testing color rendering in light sources.
General Electric has a long history of lighting education.
The Institute at Nela Park has been providing lighting education since 1933. www.currentbyge.com/ideas/the-institute
View current articles on lighting at www.gelighting.com/stay-enlightened
Holophane Throughout our history, Holophane has shown a strong commitment to education. For more than 100 years we have provided to our customers and fellow lighting professionals an understanding of the physics of optics, lighting terminology, and human vision. Facility tours and lighting demonstrations are included in most of the seminars.We also provide an in-depth lighting education for all of our sales personnel at our Center for Light & Space - Granville. We encourage our customers to check out the upcoming seminars on the Center for Light & Space's calendar! www.holophane.com/education/index.asp
Philips Lighting University offers self-paced study, publications, and special classes and event.
Sylvania LEDVANCE's LIGHTPOINT® Training Center in Wilmington, MA is a world-class training facility that embodies the company's commitment to innovation and technical leadership. www.sylvania.com/en-us/innovation/education/Pages/default.aspx
Westinghouse So many light bulb options! How do I choose the right light bulb? Westinghouse helps YOU make the right lighting choices. www.westinghouselighting.com/lighting-education/
LEDs: WADING THROUGH THE HYPE TO GET GREAT RESULTS Naomi Miller, FIES, FIALD, LC Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Naomi.Miller http://slideplayer.com/slide/1676300/