Electric LightStanza

Electric LightStanza: New Generation Lighting Analysis

Engage in the Next Generation of Electric Lighting Design

5 Step Process

Step 1

Trim and upload geometry from Revit, SketchUp, or Rhino. For Revit models, you can create, manipulate, and delete fixtures and your design online stays synced!

Step 2

Upload to LightStanza; assign IES files to families online (if not already done in Revit); move, rotate, change, create, and delete fixtures; copy designs to try out different concepts; run emergency lighting calcs; all online!

Step 3

Fine tune details like Light Loss Factors; scaling, rotating, moving the IES file relative to the fixture and more!

Step 4

Run calcs and renderings in standard or emergency lighting mode

Step 5

View results in 3D, 2D, or collaboratively, download them as images, import dxf files and send schedules directly back into Revit, and more!

Features

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IES INFORMATION CHARTS

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IES LIBRARY

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IES/FAMILY VIEWER

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PHOTOmetric WEB VIEWER

Bulk Simulations & Comparisons

Fastest Radiance Calculations

3D Visualizations

Download Images, Animations, Raw Data

Dynamic False Color Maps

No Remodeling CAD/BIM Models

Measure Light Vertically

Easy share & commenting features

"LightStanza helped us analyze complex geometry and compare several different options for artificial lighting in the Oklahoma Capitol Dome. It was a challenging task for us to take on. We were able to use our geometry and light fixtures from Revit to generate an accurate analysis environment, then LightStanza IES adjustment tools helped us fine-tune the lighting. The ability to tweak the IES files and to see those changes in 3D were critical to our process."
Nathan Terranova
FSB Architects + Engineers

Still have questions?

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