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Friday, August 9 • 9:45am - 10:45am
An IES Recommendation for Specifying Light Source Color Rendition

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This presentation will discuss an IES recommendation for IES TM-30 that has been developed by the IES Color Committee. The goal of this recommendation is to help guide practitioners in the specification of light source color rendition using IES TM-30. The goal of this presentation is to increase awareness of this newly published document and to help conference attendees better understand its contents and use. This presentation is most appropriate for the Application Track for participants with some prior knowledge of TM-30. With that being said, a brief overview of TM-30 will be provided. This presentation will be delivered by three of members the color committee who developed the recommendation.

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Tony Esposito

Tony graduated from Penn State University in 2016 with a PhD in Architectural Engineering and a minor in statistics. His dissertation explored human responses to various light spectra with strategically varied average fidelity, average gamut, and gamut shape. His research offers an... Read More →
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Michael Royer

Michael Royer is a senior lighting engineer at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), where he works on the U.S. Department of Energy's solid-state lighting program.He focuses on technology development issues, helping to improve product performance through research, testing... Read More →
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Jason Livingston

Jason Livingston is the principal of Studio T+L, a New York based firm specializing in architectural lighting design and theatre planning and design.  His current projects include lighting design of interactive multi-media experiences, corporate offices, and houses of worship, as... Read More →

Friday August 9, 2019 9:45am - 10:45am EDT
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