Remote site control of lighting and Dynamic Beam Shaping

14th September 2018
Source: Casambi
Posted By : Enaie Azambuja
Remote site control of lighting and Dynamic Beam Shaping

A hands-on workshop featuring Bluetooth controls and Dynamic Beam Shaping will be presented by LensVector and Casambi at the upcoming darc room conference and exhibition, which takes place during the London Design Festival. Participants in the workshop will be able to set up a scene, alter the light levels, adjust the colour temperatures and change the beam distribution – all from their mobile device.

Visitors to the stand will also be able to control the beam shape from multiple luminaires and, for the first time, remotely view and control a professional lighting installation in Italy.

“The ability to shape light simply hasn’t been easily accessible or scalable and we’re committed to showing designers how easy it is to implement this dimension of lighting,” said Brent York, President and CEO of LensVector. “Casambi’s Bluetooth platform simplifies this effort and allows control of lights regardless of location.”

The joint LensVector and Casambi stand and workshop will feature Dynamic Beam Shaping demonstrations using luminaires and technology solutions from Targetti, Specialty, SLD Laser, and Eulum.

“Lighting isn’t static, especially when it incorporates Dynamic Beam Shaping, and lighting designers and their clients need to be able to easily and simply control the lit environment,” said Timo Pakkala, CEO of Casambi. “Our goal in the workshop at darc room is to show just how simple this process can be.”


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