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Getting the lighting right

I never cease to be amazed at the number of expensivley-build, lavishly-equipped modern conference and training rooms that have all their lights operated by a single switch. The walls are well lit in these rooms, which means that the lights have to be switched off in order for anything projected onto them to be seen ... leaving traineed fumbling for keys on their laptops, or straining to read notes and add further annotations to them.

In our own training centre, you won't get the impression of a modern room; there's Georgian plasterwork (cornicing) in the room in our nearly-200-year-old listed building, but there's also five discrete controls on the lights allowing us to provide you with good light onto your notes, while leaving our projector screen dark if we so choose.
(written 2005-07-15, updated 2006-06-05)

 
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