Radiance Workshop

Dear colleagues and friends:

The next annual Radiance workshop, which will take place in Boston on
October 22-23 (http://projects.gsd.harvard.edu/radiance2009/index.html),
is approaching and I have previously gotten emails from a number of you
indicating that you intend to participate and present. It would be
helpful if you started sending us your 100 word abstracts and
registering for the workshop to make the planning easier for us. I am
looking forward to welcoming you to Boston next month.

All the best,

Christoph

Christoph Reinhart, Dr. Ing.

Associate Professor of Architectural Technology

Graduate School of Design - Harvard University

Gund Hall 331, 48 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA

t: 617 384 7269, f: 617 495 8916, [email protected]
<mailto:[email protected]>

Daylighting Design: Rules of Thumb
<http://www.gsd.harvard.edu/people/faculty/reinhart/documents/DiffuseDay
lightingDesignSequenceTutorial.pdf> , Simulation
<http://www.daysim.com/> , 2009 International Radiance Workshop
<http://projects.gsd.harvard.edu/radiance2009/index.html>

Hi Christoph,

I just registered, though I didn't pay the $420 I owe... I was hoping for special treatment. I do have something to present on the annual calculations, but need to throw together an abstract for that. I'd also like to attend the pre-workshop event, and was wondering about the format for that and if there's anything I can do to help out.

Best,
-Greg

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From: "Reinhart, Christoph" <[email protected]>
Date: September 2, 2009 8:16:23 PM PDT
Dear colleagues and friends:

The next annual Radiance workshop, which will take place in Boston on October 22-23 (http://projects.gsd.harvard.edu/radiance2009/index.html), is approaching and I have previously gotten emails from a number of you indicating that you intend to participate and present. It would be helpful if you started sending us your 100 word abstracts and registering for the workshop to make the planning easier for us. I am looking forward to welcoming you to Boston next month.

All the best,

Christoph

Christoph Reinhart, Dr. Ing.

Associate Professor of Architectural Technology

Graduate School of Design - Harvard University

Gund Hall 331, 48 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA

t: 617 384 7269, f: 617 495 8916, [email protected]

Daylighting Design: Rules of Thumb, Simulation, 2009 International Radiance Workshop

Dear Christoph,

I think it would be interesting a presentation of wglrad, an interactive raytrace-opengl windows viewer for radiance, it will replace nrv, and has additional features as:

- alow opengl mode
- multiprocessor and multi machine parallel calculation
- open rif files
- calculation parameters pane
- region render
- interactive navegation tools
- refine difusse reflections parameter
- client-server mode calculation

you can take a look of it @ http://www.aisarquitectura.com/software/research.htm , i told you some time ago about Z5 that is the standalone web viewer of wglrad, there is an example of it @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z9j2Ga2A_bI&feature=related
please tell me if there is space for it in the workshop

Thanks & Regards,
Ignacio

Reinhart, Christoph escribió:

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Dear colleagues and friends:

The next annual Radiance workshop, which will take place in Boston on
October 22-23 (http://projects.gsd.harvard.edu/radiance2009/index.html),
is approaching and I have previously gotten emails from a number of you
indicating that you intend to participate and present. It would be
helpful if you started sending us your 100 word abstracts and
registering for the workshop to make the planning easier for us. I am
looking forward to welcoming you to Boston next month.

All the best,

Christoph

Christoph Reinhart, Dr. Ing.

Associate Professor of Architectural Technology

Graduate School of Design - Harvard University

Gund Hall 331, 48 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA

t: 617 384 7269, f: 617 495 8916, [email protected]
<mailto:[email protected]>

Daylighting Design: Rules of Thumb
<http://www.gsd.harvard.edu/people/faculty/reinhart/documents/DiffuseDay
lightingDesignSequenceTutorial.pdf> , Simulation
<http://www.daysim.com/> , 2009 International Radiance Workshop
<http://projects.gsd.harvard.edu/radiance2009/index.html>

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Dear Igancio,

We have quite a few 3ds Max users at the school as well so I would welcome an abstract on wlgrad.Pleasse submit a 100 word abstract and (if you have not done so already) pleased register for the event.

All the best,

Christoph

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-----Original Message-----
From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Ignacio Munarriz
Sent: Thursday, September 10, 2009 6:27 AM
To: Radiance general discussion
Subject: Re: [Radiance-general] Radiance Workshop

Dear Christoph,

I think it would be interesting a presentation of wglrad, an interactive
raytrace-opengl windows viewer for radiance, it will replace nrv, and
has additional features as:

- alow opengl mode
- multiprocessor and multi machine parallel calculation
- open rif files
- calculation parameters pane
- region render
- interactive navegation tools
- refine difusse reflections parameter
- client-server mode calculation

you can take a look of it @
http://www.aisarquitectura.com/software/research.htm , i told you some
time ago about Z5 that is the standalone web viewer of wglrad, there is
an example of it @
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z9j2Ga2A_bI&feature=related
please tell me if there is space for it in the workshop

Thanks & Regards,
Ignacio

Reinhart, Christoph escribió:

Dear colleagues and friends:

The next annual Radiance workshop, which will take place in Boston on
October 22-23 (http://projects.gsd.harvard.edu/radiance2009/index.html),
is approaching and I have previously gotten emails from a number of you
indicating that you intend to participate and present. It would be
helpful if you started sending us your 100 word abstracts and
registering for the workshop to make the planning easier for us. I am
looking forward to welcoming you to Boston next month.

All the best,

Christoph

Christoph Reinhart, Dr. Ing.

Associate Professor of Architectural Technology

Graduate School of Design - Harvard University

Gund Hall 331, 48 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA

t: 617 384 7269, f: 617 495 8916, [email protected]
<mailto:[email protected]>

Daylighting Design: Rules of Thumb
<http://www.gsd.harvard.edu/people/faculty/reinhart/documents/DiffuseDay
lightingDesignSequenceTutorial.pdf> , Simulation
<http://www.daysim.com/> , 2009 International Radiance Workshop
<http://projects.gsd.harvard.edu/radiance2009/index.html>

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Thanks to all those who have registered for the 10th International Radiance Workshop. We have an exciting program with many interesting talks. I'll post start posting the presentation titles on the website soon.

We can accommodate a few more people at the workshop, email me if you are interested in attending and we can get you registered (even though registration has officially closed). There are also a limited number of presentation slots left. If you are attending and think you might like to present, email me ASAP.

I look forward to seeing everyone.

Best,
Andy

PS - Hopefully this is the last email about the workshop I'll send to the whole mailing list until I've posted PDFs of the presentations. My apologies for spamming those who can not attend.