Specifying light source color rendition with IES TM-30

When:
January 15, 2020 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
2020-01-15T11:30:00-05:00
2020-01-15T13:00:00-05:00
Where:
Latvian Canadian Cultural Centre
4 Credit Union Dr. North York
Ontario M4A 2N8

What is “white” light? How is it defined? What is Duv? How can products with the same CCT appear different? What is color rendering, holistically, and what are the drawbacks of CRI? What is a multi-metric system and what is IES TM-30-18? What is IES TM-30 ANNEX E and how can we use it to specify light sources? These questions, and many more, will be addressed in this comprehensive talk about color science. This session is designed for the lighting professional who finds it difficult to navigate the current state of color science and is looking to cut through the fog. This session will present technical information in an easy-to-digest manner and attendees will leave with a much stronger understanding of color science and associated metrics. Current trends in color science research will be discussed.

PRESENTER: Tony Esposito
Tony EspositoTony Esposito holds a doctorate in Architectural Engineering from Penn State University with a minor in statistics. His specialties include color science, color discrimination, human factors research methods, circadian metrics, and spectral modeling and optimization. His primary research goal is to develop an accurate and intuitive color discrimination metric for applied lighting.

Tony is a former graduate education fellow to the National Science Foundation, has won the Robert J. Besal Scholarship four times, and is a recipient of the 2019 Richard Kelly Grant. He currently serves as a voting member of the IES Color Committee and is the Founder and Head Research Scientist of Lighting Research Solutions LLC.