Webinar: Interactive Digital Placemaking

IES Webinar
  • October 20, 2021
    7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

The practice of architectural placemaking through lighting has transformed dramatically in recent years, with technology such as addressable LED, sensors, projection, and advanced digital control systems pushing the boundaries of what is possible. A new industry is emerging that combines innovative lighting and fabrication techniques with new technologies traditionally used on the stage. The combination results in dynamic architectural centerpieces and interactive “light-art” installations that are being integrated into public and private spaces around the world.

Robb PopeRobb Pope, Founder and CEO, Digital Ambiance
Robb Pope founded Digital Ambiance after 5 years of concert touring as a lighting designer and video engineer. Recognizing the growing market for innovative lighting projection and interactive installations he put together a team of artists and engineers to design and build the architectural lighting installations Digital Ambiance is now known for. Using a combination of addressable LED, projection mapping, and new sensor technology, Digital Ambiance is pushing the boundaries of what it means to create architectural lighting and new media installations.

Nick MoserNick Moser, Account Director, One Hat One Hand
Nick has decades of experience in custom fabrication for architectural spaces, and currently devotes his expertise to large scale custom architectural features. From fine art to decorative features and interactive brand moments, his unique skill set of design, technical, and material knowledge allows for complex forms and interactivity. His team works with architects, designers and engineers in a collaborative fashion to accomplish works of a stunning scale, complexity and attention to detail.

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