A E 464
Advanced Architectural Illumination Systems & Design (3) Flux transfer theory; advanced lighting and control systems; emergency lighting; daylighting; visual performance issues; psychological aspects of lighting.
A E 464 Advanced Architectural Illumination Systems & Design (3)
This is the final undergraduate architectural lighting course in the Lighting/Electrical Systems Option. The course focuses on advanced topics related to lighting design such as luminous flux transfer and its application to lighting analysis procedures, advanced issues in photometry, advanced control systems, and advanced topics in lighting design. The light design topics include the psychological aspects of lighting, and design for complex spaces such as museums, stores, and video conferencing.
The course includes a weekly hands-on practicum experience, homework, exams and a design project.
Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.