Study E-Learning Platform Development
Field Daylighting and Lighting Education
Institute LBNL, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Job Title Principal Research Associate
Involvement in the project Graphic user interface development, Radiance renderings and scripting process
eLAD provides an interactive 3D environment enabling users to explore and learn about optimizing and integrating lighting systems. It is open-source and available at no cost to users via web-based, public-domain delivery platforms. It is a customizable platform that allows for scalability and flexibility to be used as a training guide, to a supplementary educational tool. Radiance simulation tool to calculate and visualize the results of student decisions. It is integrated into a workflow with 3ds Max and WebGL and it is used for the daylighting controls simulation.
01 – eLAD platform structure
02 – interactive model screenshots: different scenarios depending on the selected variables
03 – graphic user interface: main options toolbar
04 – interactive model screenshots: section and falsecolour view
05 – eLAD audience diagram
06 – radiance visualizations, photorealistic and false colour images
Radiance visualizations pre-rendered according to user variable selections.
LBNL Lawrencium cluster was used for the rendering process to create thousands of images.
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