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We’re passionate about making the design process easier. With this course you’ll get a birds eye view on what you can do with lighting design inside Revit. By taking this course you can earn 2 LU|Elective. To have reported, email firstname.lastname@example.org after course completion with your AIA number.
Learn the basics to advance on how to do artificial lighting design inside Revit, this course will be a multi part course that will take 2 hours to complete.
Need a basic understanding of Revit and lighting design.
Learning Objective 1:
Introduction to Revit Lighting Course -Capabilities of Revit -Scope of Lighting in Revit -Advantages and Disadvantages of Revit for lighting -Sources of Revit Lighting Components
Learning Objective 2:
Basics of Lighting -Type of lighting -Type of illumination -Units of Lighting (e.g. Luminous Flux) -Temperature in Lighting -IES Files -How to reach those settings in Revit
Learning Objective 3:
Basics of Lighting Analysis -How to scope lighting analysis and what kind of results to expect? -How to read and understand the results? -Understanding and exploring the total need of the fixtures
Learning Objective 4:
Managing Revit Lighting Families -How to load and insert Revit Lighting Families -How to quality check (for reliability) of the Revit Lighting Families -Testing the Revit Lighting Families -Creating a Library of reliable Revit Lighting Families -Creating schedules and documentation for lighting
Learning Objective 5:
Assembling Revit Lighting Families -Basic Lighting Families -Nested Lighting Families (the concept behind the nested lighting families) -Modifying lighting families -Automation of lighting family assembly through Forge