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[vc_empty_space height=”25px”][vc_single_image image=”1654″ img_size=”full” alignment=”center”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The basic purpose of lighting equipment is to provide light. Period. Some equipment provides narrow spotlight and highlights, some do wide-area flood lights. Some is to banish darkness; others provide fill-in light where ambient light is not enough.  The illusion of space is defined by light reflected off of the surfaces of the walls. Some types of lighting help with this illusion by further illuminating the walls.

Lighting is an important aspect of interior design as it enhances the aesthetic appeal and creates the mood and ambiance of any space. Lighting fixtures that illuminate a room creates a safe and comfortable environment besides adding style to the interior décor. Light is the main element that gives the room a special look and transforms it into a seamless combination of functionality and style. Besides playing a functional role it creates a visually dynamic space.

Lighting can make or break the ambiance of a space. Before a single note is played or the first word is ever heard, it is light that makes the first impression. Lighting provides inspiration and fires the imagination. But where to start? Which lights, how many, and where do they go? Drawing from years of expertise and the latest in technological advancements, our technicians will design a lighting solution that will transform your space into a place of wonder and beauty.

Lighting in an auditorium -Lighting for the stage involves manipulating the four major Controllable Qualities of light; Intensity, Color, Direction and Movement; to influence the four functions of stage lighting which are Mood, Selective Focus, Modeling and Visibility.

  • Visibility is the primary function of stage lighting: making sure the audience can see the part(s) of the stage that the director and/or the lighting designer want them to see.
  • The modeling function includes creating a realistic (or intentionally non-realistic) view of the world of the play. This is done by strategically placing lights above, below, to the side, in front and behind the actors. Through the use of the placement of the lights, you can create different types of highlights and shadows on the actors, props and set pieces.
  • Selective Focus is the function of “forcing” the audience to look where it is desired for them to look through the use of high/low intensity and changes in intensity.
  • The function of Mood is both one of the most difficult and at the same time the easiest function to maintain. It is the easiest because it can be done very simply through the use of colors. However, it can also be overdone to the point of becoming a cliché instead of allowing the actors and other aspects to contribute to the overall mood of the play.

Retail Lighting-Design and presentation play a highly important role in the retail world. … Retail lighting impacts the shopping experience of any customer, can affect employee productivity and will make our break you brand, through the way it emphasizes merchandise and plays a big role in physical store operational costs. Store decoration, lighting, chosen furniture, window display design and any other visual merchandising and visual branding aspect you can think of is absolutely essential to create the perfect shopping experience for your customers, raise brand awareness and, of course, increase sales.

Lighting in work areas-proper lighting makes all work tasks easier. … Appropriate lighting, without glare or shadows, can reduce eye fatigue and headaches; it can prevent workplace incidents by increasing the visibility of moving machinery and other safety hazards. Improved lighting in some factories resulted in a 10% increase in productivity and a 30% reduction in errors. Improvements in lighting do not necessarily mean that you need more lights and therefore use more electricity – it is often a case of:   • making better use of existing lights;   • making sure that all lights are clean and in good condition (see below);   • ensuring that lights are positioned correctly for each task; and • making the best use of natural light

Even in offices, light plays an important role. It is seen that improper lighting increases fatigue, causes tension and leads to functional disorders. Therefore lighting is a key element in the design of an office. It plays a pivotal role in office efficiency.