As the Hong Kong Lighting Fair concludes, Lux's applications editor, John Bullock, redefines the term 'breakfast meeting', attends an Osram function amid the revellers of the packed Lan Kwai Fong district and dreams of Hoagy Carmichael, Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall. Oh, and he won an award for his efforts.
In his second blog from the Hong Kong International Lighting Fair, Lux's applications editor, John Bullock, fights his way through five floors of lighting fun. Along the way he sees A LOT of highbay luminiares, meets a Russian and finds an illuminated owl in the show's basement and no, that's not the jet-lag talking.
Once upon a time, in the days of fluorescent and metal halide, lighting maintenance factors were easy. But LEDs have changed everything. Lux's applications editor, John Bullock, considers if everything we know about maintenance factors is wrong.
Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a way of creating a virtual building without needing to break any physical ground and its influence on lighting design as a collaborative method of working is growing. Lux's applications editor John Bullock investigates.
The lighting industry is targeted by the Internet of Things because of the ubiquity of the product. If lighting is everywhere then where else should the IoT data harvesters be other than piggy-backed onto it? But, most crucially, the real question that remains unanswered about the IoT is ‘What Happens Next?’ On Wednesday 26 October at 1pm BST, Lux Review will be hosting a webinar on the topic: IoT and Lighting: why this revolution will change everything.