VOL 3 ISSUE 9 | SEPTEMBER 19, 2017

Created in Partnership with LightShow West 
and LED Specifier Summit - Northwest
These 10 Designers Won't Miss #2017LSW
by Lois I. Hutchinson
WestCoast Lighting Insider interviewed 10 regional architecture and design professionals about the opportunities they're looking for at LightShow West 2017. One and all are seeking updates on lighting technologies that are undergoing one revolution on top of another. LEDs, lighting controls and code changes top the list. But color, design practice and the health impacts of lighting remain hot topics.
by John Young, AES Engineering | Guest Blogger
Excite and Engage: Using Gaming Engines for
Lighting Design Visualization
Lighting levels and layout cannot describe a lighting design in-situ. At AES Engineering we use traditional rendering techniques as well as gaming engine technology to offer our clients an enhanced, interactive, visual experience of our lighting designs in the architectural space. By combining high-resolution finishes with complex lighting and shadowing, we produce videos and virtual reality (VR) experiences that convey mood and emotion. These visualizations clarify the design intent and help clients buy into innovative lighting designs.
Lightshow West Offers More Than 8 Hours of Free Title 24 Education
With a full education track dedicated to Title 24 issues, LightShow West offers two days of education related to the energy efficiency standards in California, totaling more than eight hours of learning from the industries top experts. The track includes one 2-hour seminar and five 60-minute seminars as well as two roundtable sessions, all of which carry a variety of continuing education credits such as AIA, BOMI, IDCEC, NCQLP and LA-CES. Additionally, the track features one 30-minute on-floor workshop.
LightShow West - Oct 11-12, 2017
27 FREE Seminars | 6 FREE On-Floor Workshops | 16  Roundtables
NEW Control Systems Summit
LightShow West participants can enjoy free transit between the Patsaouras Transit Plaza at Union Station and the South Figueroa Street entrance of the Convention Center. The shuttle bus runs every half hour during show hours. 
*Free admission applies to qualified attendees who register online in advance of the show. At-show registration is $50 per person. Non-exhibiting manufacturers will be charged a $500 registration fee.   

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