CRI is the standard for color rendition, but suffers from several issues. Firstly, inaccuracy due to outdated color science. Secondly, lack of information (only one number to characterize color). To address these issues, the IES formed a task group which created TM-30 and delivered to CIE which oversees CRI. This lecture is geared towards the lighting professional and designers and will answer the following questions:
- What is the correct terminology when using TM-30?
- What is the current state of color accuracy?
- Why is TM-30 needed vs. CRI?
- How do designers and specifiers apply TM-30 to real life applications?
SCI Innovation Center
515 South Flower, Suite 2810
Los Angeles, CA 90071
IES Members (on-line): $35.00
Non Members (on-line): $40.00
IESLA Members (at door): $40.00
Non Members (at door): $45.00
IES Continuing Ed Credits: 1 credit
Adam Lamar is a Specification Sales Manager with Soraa Inc., manufacturer of full color spectrum light sources, lamps and fixtures, covering major markets in the western United States and western Canada. Currently a board member of the Los Angeles section of the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES), Adam is also a past chapter president of the same section. Additionally, he is the recipient of the IES’ President’s Award (2004) for spearheading and succeeding in providing a complete Spanish translation of the ED-100 course for use in Latin and South American sections as well as Spain. Adam has been in the lighting industry for over 20 years and outside lighting enjoys gym workouts, travel, photography attending rocket launches at nearby Lompoc, and science fiction. He is an avid fan of Elon Musk, NASA, US Navy, and Stanley Kubrick.