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    Light Up A Shopping Cart, In store and at Home

    October 15, 2019
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    Attend this webinar to learn how the future of retail lighting can create an ambiance and provide entertainment.

     

    Over the last few years, brick and mortar stores shuttered, and many retail companies went bankrupt around the globe and even more were hit hard. However, since 2018, with an interesting twist, we saw the rebirth of physical retail, with start-ups developing their own take on stores and large-scale developers rethinking how shopping malls should be designed anew. As predicted by futurist Faith Popcorn, "containment," the integration of ultra-convenience, consumption, and entertainment. 

     

    Perhaps in the future, heading to the store may be like going to the movies instead of watching at home. You go for the experience. In that sense, retail lighting will no longer be display orientated, but more to create an ambiance, and provide entertainment. And as lighting designers, when designing lighting for retail, maybe we not only need to think of cinemas but also private theaters at consumer's home.

     

    Here are the learning objectives of this webinar:

     

    • Factory: product making, retail: dream making
    • From display-oriented lighting to experience oriented lighting
    • Lighting that connects store and home
    • Lighting, Sensor and Privacy
       
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    Presented by:

     

    Lei Pang is an award-winning lighting designer who enjoys architectural, interior, UI and interactivity designs. He explores what could impact the industry and our lives in the future.

     

    He is a partner at Lumia Lighting Design in Shanghai. He is also a frequent contributor at lighting forums, conferences and universities
     

    Attend this webinar
     

    Live on Thursday, Oct. 24, 2019

    4:00 PM CET/10 AM EDT
     

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