Fifty Shades of Blue

When:  May 15, 2019 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (ET)
Associated with  The IES Toronto Section

Fifty Shades of Blue is a discussion of how lighting is changing with the advent of multi-colour LED-powered fixtures. Additive colour mixing gives designers the power to subtly manipulate colour on a real-time basis. This session delves into the nuances of additive colour changing and also presents examples of innovative control features that allow lighting designers to better handle the wonderfully variable—but sometimes non-intuitive—colour changing capabilities of LED-powered lighting.

PRESENTER:
Tom LittrellTom Littrell is an education and training specialist at Electronic Theatre Controls (ETC) and a member of the team responsible for developing ETC’s LED product line. After completing a BA in Theatre from Stephen F. Austin State University in Texas, he worked as a moving-light programmer and marketing specialist for Vari-Lite, Inc. Tom toured with bands such as Led Zeppelin and David Bowie, and programmed the first modern moving-light system for the band Genesis in 1981.

Location

Latvian Canadian Cultural Centre
4 Credit Union Dr
North York, ON M4A 2N8