Watch the webinar to learn about TM-30 and the future of measuring lighting colour accuracy. In partnership with the Illuminating Engineering Society of Australia and New Zealand Ltd, over 250 devices across Australia, New Zealand and Southeast Asia streamed the live webinar on Thursday, 16 April.
Colour rendering and CRI (Colour Rendering Index) metrics have been around for years. TM-30 is a relatively new colour accuracy metric that is quickly gaining traction. TM-30 was first introduced in 2015 to overcome the limitations in CRI. The purpose of TM-30 is to provide a more accurate measure of a light source to provide designers with the data to enhance all spaces. The webinar will discuss the basics of this new standard of evaluating colour rendition and how to apply it in your lighting practice.
• Identify the four fundamental considerations when considering colour quality.
• Understand the TM-30 standard along with the advantages over its predecessor CRI.
• Learn about the importance of colour reproduction and how it can enhance a space.
CPD Points for IESANZ members: 1