MIT Museum

MIT has been at the forefront of innovation for over a century. The MIT museum brings this history to life using custom Litelab BusRun and LED fixtures that provide light, power, data and structure.

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Litelab’s new linear LEDs offer high output and CRI in a minimalist format. Consisting of cylindrical, low-profile directional and wallwash options, Linelite offers a solution for every application.

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Boston University CCDS

Litelab developed a custom slot system with integrated HVAC for Boston University’s Center for Computation and Data Sciences. The system seamlessly integrates with the aesthetic of the center.

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The Digital Controls Conundrum

Digital controls promise ease, efficiency and intelligence. Ease in the form of programmable scenes and automation; efficiency through sensor network feedback that helps reduce energy consumption; intelligence in the form of fixture performance monitoring and measurement.

Light & Life – Notes on Circadian Design

Light is one of the primary conditions for life; its energy feeds every living thing. Circadian design attempts to realign the built environment with the human physiological response to light that drives our sleep and waking cycles. This article provides a critical review of Circadian Design.

Queens Art Museum — Art for the Community

Litelab sat down with Brian Balderston, Exhibition Production Manager at the Queens Museum to discuss the museum’s relationship to its community, the opportunities and challenges of working in the historical World's Fair building, and strategies of exhibition and lighting design

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