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Tuesday, August 25 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Spectrum matters (or, Daylight, moonlight, firelight, LEDs...)

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How many conference attendees have actually seen light source spectral power distribution plots (SPDs), and then seen the light shining on their own hands? How many have ever seen and experienced what the sunlight in Tuscany looks like in terms of SPD and the actual light spectrum itself? This is a chance to see how long wavelengths contribute to the pleasantness of high-CCT light sources, and what the tremendous range of real daylight looks like. (It's not all D65.) This is a demonstration and talk that makes SPDs come alive.

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Naomi Miller

Designer/Senior Scientist, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Naomi Miller straddles the line between design and engineering at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Portland OR. By bridging the gap between technology and application, she promotes the wise use of LEDs, working with industry to overcome hurdles and celebrate the opportunities... Read More →
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Steve Paolini

President, Telelumen LLC, Telelumen
Steve Paolini joined Hewlett Packard, Optoelectronics Division in 1981. While at HP he held a variety of engineering and management positions in California, Japan, and Malaysia. In 2000 he joined Lumileds as a founding member. In 2007 he founded Telelumen, where he is currently the... Read More →

Tuesday August 25, 2020 3:00pm - 4:00pm EDT