This webinar looks at a very unique project involving a 2-year design process mixing daylight, theatre, exhibition and architectural lighting in a rough and tough, ‘one-of-a-kind’ venue.
Communicating about light is not easy. Theatermachine use visualization to provide a clear understanding of the image at an early stage. Later in the design process, they work with test setups to show the spectator’s experience.
Theatermachine is a partnership between Floriaan Ganzevoort, Isabel Nielen and Mike Evers. They specialize in light design and consultancy work in theatre, museums and architecture and design light as an independent art form.
This webinar will show you:
* How wysiwyg can be used to visualize non-performance/architectural projects
* The benefits of integrating multiple visualization techniques
* How to use daylight functions within wysiwyg
Venue and Scenic Elements
In this course, you will learn essential CAD tools and how to work with wysiwyg’s inbuilt templates. By the end of the course you know how to build your own venue, customize it's appearance and add scenic elements.
Developing the Lighting Design
Build your lighting rig faster. This course will show you how to insert fixtures and accessories, focus, patch and assign attributes such as dimmer, circuit and fixture ID.
This course will give you the knowledge to bring your design concepts to life. Set your lighting fixtures’ intensity, position, colour, and gobos then export renders and present virtual simulations to clients.