In the first video of our educational module dedicated to LED (Light Emitting Diode) technology and its use for lighting we will talk about what is LED. You will also learn about history, evolution and future of LED technology applications.
What LED lamps one should use for lightining industrial spaces and warehouse, and which ones for shops, museums and clubs? This video is dedicated to the quality standards of LED lighting and answers this question. We will introduce you to LED-related terminology, such as binning, correlated color temperature (CCT), color rendering index (CRI), Planckian Locus, MacAdam ellipse. You also will be introduced to CIE chromacity diagram , Brilliant Mix Advanced technology and learn about how the color temperature of LED may affect light output and, consequently, people's choices.
Julia Kaganskiy, a global editor of The Creators Project, will talk about this initiative, artists, musicians, programmers, architects and digital creators that participate in the The Creators Project's worldwide events. She will illustrate her lecture with a showcase of the most interesting collaborative works with interactive LED technology.
In this video we will continue our introduction to LED chips and Light Emitting Diodes technology. You will learn about the construction of LED dies and will be introduced to Chromacity Diagram. You will have a grasp on how different colors of lighting could be achieved, what LED packages are available on the market today and how the type of package affects chip's power.
As a part of the LEDucation program, Marc Largent, co-founder of the Belgian studio Magic Monkey, gave a lecture on what he defines as monumental communication: implementation and integration of large-scale projects in the cityscape. Marc illustrated this engaging presentation with a range of the lighting projects from the studio's portfolio, in which LEDs, interactive installations and new media were used. It will be of interest not only for professionals, but for all people interested in urbanism, monumental and public art.
In the second part of her lecture Julia Kaganskiy, the global editor of The Creators Project, will continue to showcase the most interesting collaborative works with the world leading artists, software programmers and engineers that employ interactive LED technologies.
In this video we will talk about different ways of controlling light distribution in LED lights and about various chip LED configurations. We will also touch subjects of light efficacy and directing the light. And, finally, we will talk about advantages and disadvantages of using LED lamps versus traditional incandescent or halogen lamps.
As a part of the LEDucation program, Marc Largent, co-founder of the Belgian studio Magic Monkey, gave a lecture on what he defines as monumental communication: implementation and integration of large-scale projects in the cityscape. Marc illustrated his engaging presentation with a range of the lighting projects from the studio's portfolio, in which LEDs, interactive installations and new media were used. In the second part of the talk, Marc will show Magic Monkey's latest works that used the cutting edge lighting solutions and content management technologies. This video will be of interest not only for professionals, but for all people who are interested in urbanism, monumental and public art.
d3 media server was developed by United Visual Artist for the purpose of creating complex digital media installations and interactive environments. Now it is used around the world for video projection mapping, stage design for musicians such as Madonna, U2, Kylie Minogue and the largest corporate events. In this video Chris Bird (Production Director at UVA) will demonstrate capabilities of d3 - an integrated visual production suite that includes tools for 3D visualization, mapping, beat-syncing and controlling LED and light fixtures on example of several projects - the Red Hot Chili Peppers tour set-up and unique transforming stage design for a theatre in Shanghai.
In this video Chris Bird (Production Director at UVA) will continue his overview of d3 media servers on examples of several projects - a LED installation on the Millenia Tower in Singapore, 3d video mapping of a building for Ralph Lauren and a projection mapping on a skyscraper model in Mumbai. He will also touch a subject of d3 integration with third party protocols (DMX, Artnet) and devices - such as iPad or iPhone.