Lighting Workshop 2010

"Windows LT: Light, Materials, and Dynamic Perception"

Students demonstrate light and shadows On April 21, 2010, LRC graduate students created a lighting installation -- a three dimensional light-art exhibit that accentuates the beauty, emotion, and science of light. Rather than build individual light-art exhibits, this year’s class chose to combine ideas to design and build one interactive masterpiece, Windows LT: Light, Materials and Dynamic Perception.

The student project stemmed from the Lighting Research Center’s Lighting Workshop course, a research and design class integrating technology, design, policy, and communication.  As part of the course, the students examine the use of light as a medium. They then have three weeks to design and develop a “message” using lighting.

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