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Light Museum

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THE LIGHT MUSEUM AND ENERGY CENTRE 11

2010-

TOPIC 2 – THE LIGHT MUSEUM AND ENERGY

CENTRE.
AIM : TO DESIGN WORLD-CLASS EXHIBITION OF LIGHTING PRODUCTS AND SYSTEMS WITH FOCUS ON EFFICIENT LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL SECTORS.

GENERAL INFORMATION : STATE GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA AND THE INDIAN LIGHTING INDUSTRY PLANS TO ESTABLISH A LIGHTS MUSEUM AND ENERGY CENTRE (LIMEC) AT BANGALORE. THE LIMEC WOULD BE PART OF A BROADER ELECTRICAL DSM INSTITUTION AIMED AT PROMOTING THE ADOPTION AND COMMERCIALIZATION OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY TECHNOLOGIES AND SERVICES IN INDIA, WHICH WOULD HAVE A DIRECT IMPACT ON THE REDUCTION IN GROWTH OF GREENHOUSE GAS (GHG) EMISSIONS. IN THE CURRENT ERA OF HIGH-ENERGY PRICES THAT LIGHTING IS AN EXPENSIVE COMMODITY WITH SIGNIFICANT ENVIRONMENT IMPACTS. IN INDIA LIGHTING IS RARELY CONCERNED TO BE THE FOCUS OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT AND YET IT HAS FAR REACHING IMPACT ON SOCIETY AND THE ENVIRONMENT.
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THE LIGHT MUSEUM AND ENERGY CENTRE 11

2010-

EXISTING RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS, EXPOSITIONS, MUSEUMS AND INDUSTRY PROVIDE PIECE-MEAL INFORMATION TARGETED TOWARDS SPECIALIZED GROUPS. THERE IS A NEED TO DISSEMINATE INFORMATION TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC AS WELL AS EXPERTS ON DESIGN PRACTICES FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE LIGHTING APPLICATIONS AND IMPROVED AESTHETICS.

OBJECTIVES: • TO SHOWCASE INTERACTIVE LIGHTING APPLICATIONS WHERE “CAUSE AND EFFECTS” ARE DEMONSTRATED EFFECTIVELY ON MANUAL AND DIGITAL SYSTEMS. • TO SHOWCASE ILLUMINATION TECHNOLOGY THAT ALLOWS LIGHT TO BE USED IN DIVERSE AREAS RANGING FROM HOMES, OFFICES, THEATRE, SHOPS/MALLS, STREETS, INDUSTRY, PAINTING, PHOTOGRAPHY, LASER/LIGHT SHOWS AND HOLOGRAPHIC 3-D IMAGES. • TO COVER INDIAN AND INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES DESIGNED TO BE OF INTEREST TO THE LIGHTING PROFESSIONALS AS WELL AS THE GENERAL PUBLIC. • TO GIVE BE AN OPPORTUNITY TO UNDERSTAND AND EXPLORE ADVANCED LIGHTING CONCEPTS AND ENHANCE PERFORMANCE. SCOPE:

NAME : N.SRIVIJI

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THE LIGHT MUSEUM AND ENERGY CENTRE 11

2010-

THIS PROJECT SCOPES OUT FOR COMPLETE UNDERSTANDING OF EFFICIENT LIGHTING IN BUILT FORM AND INCORPORATE THE SAME IN MUSEUM DESIGN. STUDY OF EFFICIENT DAY LIGHTING TECHNIQUES IN DIFFERENT BUILDING TYPES LIKE RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL, INSTITUTIONAL ETC..

TYPE OF PROJECT (LIVE OR HYPOTHETICAL)
THE LIGHT MUSEUM AND ENERGY CENTRE IS A LIVE PROJECT IN WHITE FIELD, BANGALORE.

5.0 INFORMATION AND THE SOURCE
A. LOCATION

LOCATED IN WHITE FIELD , BANGALORE,

B . CASE STUDY DETAILS • LIVE CASE STUDY :

SINCE THE LIGHT MUSEUM IS THE FIRST OF ITS KIND IN INDIA, A LIVE CASE STUDY OF THE SAME IS NOT FEASIBLE. HOWEVER, CASE STUDIES OF THE CONSTITUENT COMPONENTS MAY BE DONE ON AN INDIVIDUAL BASIS TO INFER MAJOR DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS. THEREFORE, THE FOLLOWING WILL BE CARRIED OUT.
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THE LIGHT MUSEUM AND ENERGY CENTRE 11
- CASE STUDIES: -NATIONAL MUSEUM, BANGALORE.

2010-

LITERATURE STUDY :

-LIGHT MUSEUM, GERMANY.

• -MILWAUKEE MUSEUM- SANTIAGO CALATRAVA. • JEWISH MUSEUM- DANIEL LIBESKID.

SPECIAL STUDY / FOCUS AREAS :

STUDY OF FACTORS INFLUENCING DAYLIGHT IN BUILDING: SKY CONDITIONS. SUN ANGLE. SUN MOVEMENT. DESIGN ELEMENTS LIKE FENESTRATION AND MASSING. SHADOW TECHNIQUES. LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY: STUDY OF THE LATEST AND MOST EFFICIENT LAMP, LUMINAIRE, BALLAST, AND CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES TYPICALLY USED IN COMMERCIAL SETTINGS, INCLUDING NEW AND

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THE LIGHT MUSEUM AND ENERGY CENTRE 11

2010-

EMERGING ENERGY EFFICIENT LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES SUCH AS LIGHT EMITTING DIODES (LEDS). TO EVALUATE THESE TECHNOLOGIES FOR QUALITY, ENERGY EFFICIENCY, AND COMPATIBILITY. LIGHT AND COLOR: INFORMATION ON LIGHT AND COLOR, INCLUDING CORRELATED COLOR TEMPERATURE OF LIGHT SOURCES, COLOR RENDERING METRICS, SPECTRUM, COLOR AND THE HUMAN VISUAL SYSTEM, AND OTHER APPLICATION ISSUES . LIGHTING CALCULATION: POINT AND LUMEN METHOD CALCULATIONS INCLUDING CALCULATION OF COEFFICIENT OF UTILIZATION (CU), LIGHT LOSS FACTORS, ETC., TO ASSIST IN THE DESIGN AND SPECIFICATION OF LIGHTING EQUIPMENT FOR INTERIOR SPACES. DAYLIGHTING CALCULATION AND ANALYSIS: INFORMATION ON DAYLIGHTING DESIGN AND THE CALCULATION OF DAYLIGHT LEVELS TO ASSIST IN EFFECTIVE DESIGN OF DAYLIGHT BUILDINGS AND EVALUATE OPTIONS TO IMPROVE DAYLIGHT ACCESS AND PENETRATION IN BUILDINGS; UNDERSTAND THE IMPACT OF BUILDING SITE, BUILDING CONFIGURATION, WINDOW AND SKYLIGHT CONFIGURATION, MATERIALS, AND GLAZING TYPE ON DAYLIGHT PENETRATION. HUMAN FACTORS IN LIGHTING: IMPACT OF LIGHTING ON HUMAN VISION,THE EFFECTS OF AGING ON VISION AND HOW TO USE LIGHTING TO ACCOMMODATE THE VISUAL NEEDS OF OLDER ADULTS, AND PARTIALLY SIGHTED. LIGHTING DESIGN AND APPLICATION: RECOMMENDED PRACTICES AND IMPORTANT ISSUES IN LIGHTING APPLICATION AND DESIGN FOR COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL, INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR SETTINGS.LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS OF INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR SPACES, INCLUDING APPROPRIATE SITING OF LIGHTING
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THE LIGHT MUSEUM AND ENERGY CENTRE 11

2010-

EQUIPMENT AND DAYLIGHT AVAILABILITY ANALYSIS DEVELOP DESIGNED ILLUMINATION AND LIGHTING CONTROL SYSTEMS, INCLUDING FIXTURE SELECTION AND DESIGN, AND LIGHT SOURCE SELECTION. REVIEW CASE STUDIES OF LIGHTING FROM A VARIETY OF COMMERCIAL, RESIDENTIAL, AND INDUSTRIAL SETTINGS PROJECT REQUIREMENTS 1. MUSEUM • MAIN LOBBY & SECONDARY LOBBIES • ART GALLERIES ON LIGHT • TECHNICAL GALLERIES • AUDIO VISUAL GALLERIES • BREAK OUT LOUNGES & WASHROOMS • ENTERTAINMENT ARENAS WITH LIGHT. • TECH. SHOWCASE AND EXPO 2. TRAINING INSTITUTE. • ADMINISTRATION. • LECTURE HALLS. • LIBRARY. • AUDITORIUM.

3. RESEARCH CENTRE • PERFORMANCE AND EFFECTS • HARD WARE AND TOOLLENDING LIBRARY
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THE LIGHT MUSEUM AND ENERGY CENTRE 11
• CONFERENCING CENTRE. 4.CAFETERIA

2010-

NAME : N.SRIVIJI

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