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Creating Flexible Revit Lighting Fixture Families for Use with Elumtools
Instructional Demo    BLD224326
Andrew Leavitt
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Description

ElumTools is a Revit add-on that is a powerful photometric calculation tool. But sometimes it's a challenge to get the photometric modeling results you expect from your Revit software. This class will cover creating lighting families that calculate properly using ElumTools, including placement and orientation of photometric webs, general use versus emergency calculations, and switching. By using the Luminaire Manager and Photometric Instabase, we will demonstrate how to model the correct luminaire in the correct orientation and conditions.

Key Learnings

  • Learn how to create flexible lighting fixture families that calculate properly with ElumTools
  • Learn how to verify lighting fixture families using the Luminaire Manager, including placement and orientation of the photometric web
  • Learn how to use data from IES files or the Photometric Instabase in lighting calculations
  • Learn how to produce beautiful, accurate lighting calculations with ElumTools

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Andrew Leavitt is an electrical designer at Leo A Daly in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He graduated from Tufts University with a degree in mechanical engineering and astrophysics and has had a passion for learning ever since. He has worked closely with engineers and architects for his entire career and his breadth of knowledge has allowed him to develop strategies for bridging the gap between disciplines. He has experience with 2D and 3D design, lighting design, rendering, energy modeling, virtual reality, and a litany of programs and add-ons. He considers himself strong with computers and takes an interest in learning new software and developing new workflows to teach his colleagues.
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