Resources

Resources

The Baker Lab recommends the following links:

The Lighting Resource website is an “on-line reference library for the lighting industry.”
http://www.lightingresource.com

Another site by GE that is good for color and light is below:
http://www.gelighting.com/na/business_lighting/education_resources/learn_about_light/color_lamp.htm

Another link for RPI is good:
http://www.lrc.rpi.edu/

This is a great site for learning about lighting. Go to Light Campus, register (it’s free) and there are many tutorials and videos that illustrate lighting concepts.
http://www.iguzzini.com

Agents of Change website with case studies and tools much like the ECS I Case Studies. This effort is through Alison Kwok and her research.
http://aoc.uoregon.edu/

ECS I Case Study Hall of Fame
http://www.uoregon.edu/~hof/

Environmental Studies Building Laboratory – Charlie Brown’s lab.
http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~esbl/

The Pacific Energy Center in San Francisco has been the inspiration for many of Baker’s current offerings, including the heliodon, tool lending library, etc. They have free online resources worth exploring.
http://www.pge.com/pec/

An account is required, but it is free from on the U of O campus. They are a great resource, especially their searchable built projects page.
www.buildinggreen.com