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Fri, Feb 02

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Spina O'Rourke + Partners

The Science of Color Accuracy 1.0hr AIA/HSW

Discussion on how light allows us to see color.

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Time & Location

Feb 02, 2024, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Spina O'Rourke + Partners, 285 Banyan Blvd, West Palm Beach, FL 33401, USA

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HOSTED BY ECOSENSE LIGHTING

When we see an object illuminated by a light source, we see a color. This color corresponds to a point in color space.

Colors are characterized by their hue(red/yellow/green/blue) and by their saturation(from dull to very saturated). The CRI is the standard for color  rendition but suffers from issues such as inaccuracy—due to outdated color science and a lack of information (only one number to characterize color). To address these issues, the IES formed a task group which created TM‐30. SORAA’s scientists led the technical work of  TM‐30. TM‐30 uses state‐of‐the‐art color science and produces more information with higher accuracy about color rendition TM‐30, together with other color quality metrics, is used to design optimal products

Presented by Jon Akers

Jon is the Director of Sales for Ecosense Lighting, a Korrus brand, and is responsible for managing network of sales managers and agents from Canada through Latin America. In his 30 year career he has held a variety of leadership roles lighting and electrical manufacturing and distribution, in both sales and continuous improvement.

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