Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Lighting Design and Real-Time Rendering at the University of Minnesota - Fall 2019

Yesterday, on another beautiful fall day in St. Paul, Minnesota, I once again had the good fortune to present to Professor Abimbola O. Asojo's interior design students at the University of Minnesota. I covered lighting analysis using the Autodesk Revit add-in ElumTools by Lighting Analysts, Inc. I also spent some time on Enscape as well!

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This class is part of the new lighting design minor (see related link below) offered by the University of Minnesota College of Design. Thus, this class had two architecture students in it as well.

Unfortunately I forgot to take a photo until after most of the students had left the room... thanks to those willing to jump in a quick selfie before leaving!

I had a couple technical issues, but overall the session went well... lots of good questions.

Finally, all the students received a little LHB swag. Two stainless steel reusable straws, a cleaning brush and some tips. #SaveTheTurtles

And just outside... sharing a couple campus photos; so beautiful... especially in the fall.

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