From lighting techniques to construction to IoT integration, master it all during LIGHT IN ACTION, a fast-paced, one-day lighting education. Earn the following continuing education credits:
- 4 AIA HSW continuing education credits
- 1 AIA LU continuing education credits
Light in Action is an action-packed day of discovery, just check out the photos below. Take a break from the office desk and...
experience a rare urban Made in USA factory: watch our employees hand-spin reflectors, hand-paint housings, and operate CNC punch presses, laser cutter, milling machines, and more. Our master tool-maker explains the lost art of die building.
tour the Edison Price Lighting Gallery: learn art lighting techniques demonstrated in our gallery, which can be applied everywhere regardless of industry.
simplify dimming innovations: learn tailoring dimming approaches, control compatibilities, wireless solutions, and more, presented by eldoLED.
reimagine LEDs as the IoT hub: learn how lighting fixture will become the center of the Internet of Things.
assessing LED performance, with a focus on correlated color temperature (CCT) and lighting mixing strategies, presented by Lutron.
master how to balance lighting needs: learn how to identify and prioritize common lighting installation, aesthetic, and maintenance requirements.
clarify color metrics, including TM-79.
analyze drawings, samples, and other details from our most complicated projects.
...and much more!
Watching Bluetooth-enabled luminaires wirelessly dim.
Peering into the integrating sphere.
Seeing (and hearing) the CNC punch press stamp shapes from heavy-gauge aluminium.
Discovering the art of die and chuck design with our master toolmaker.
Examining the difference in CRIs in our gallery.
Watching a strength test on our track system.
Observing a heat test, after analyzing 3D printed prototypes.
Seeing the progressive dies, designed by Bernie, working their magic.
Learning dimming control innovations from eldoLED.
Watching the CNC laser cutting machine cut through stainless steel.
Earning continuing education credits.
Examining how narrow spot lighting interacts with art.