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The Lighting Nerds

The Lighting Nerds is a bi-monthly podcast that talks about the technology used in entertainment lighting, lighting industry news, hosts interviews with people in the field, and generally banter about lighting.
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Now displaying: December, 2015
Dec 24, 2015

It's the holiday season! In this episode of Lighting Nerds:

 

Happy birthday Columbus McKinnon, visit their blog at:

http://blog.cmworks.com/

 

Incandescent is dyyyyyying. Yes, it's true, thank science, and you can watch its death throes in art form:

http://livedesignonline.com/architainment/rage-against-dying-light

And then we talk about it. E-mail us your thoughts!

 

We discuss visualizers. Here are some that we mention:

Capture Argo

MSD

MA3D

LightConverse

ESP Vision

WYSIWYG

Realizzer

 

Renders from Capture Argo, created by Craig: http://imgur.com/a/sejr3

 

An interview with John Featherstone.

 

Lighting term of the week: ghost lights. Woooo!

 

And finally...

Merry Christmas
Happy Hanukkah
Joyous Kwanzaa
Rockin' Ramadan

And a very special tip of the hat to those who believe in nothing but still want holiday pay.

May one day people all over the world not just tolerate but celebrate different faiths and cultures, and have their greetings accepted in the spirit they were given, without fear of being mocked and laughed at by those who lack understanding.

Peace.

Dec 10, 2015

In this episode:

 

History and terminology: Fresnel lenses

Here's a diagram for your enjoyment: http://www.uq.edu.au/_School_Science_Lessons/27.5.1.4.GIF

 

Industry news:

The New York Times re-instates designer credits

 

Tech talk: plots

 

Note: you will notice that my voice changes dramatically about halfway throughout the episode. This is due to my recording most of this show on location at a gig.

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