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Featuring Guest Speaker Clifton Stanley Lemon
Efficient lighting is an easy way to save energy in a commercial food service operation but it's important to make sure that the lighting fits the mood, décor and function.
Using the latest technologies in solid state (LED) lighting, it is possible to illuminate the front of house in a way that is appealing and inviting to your customers while cutting energy costs by 75% or more.
Attendees will learn:
Special guest speaker, Clifton Stanley Lemon, IESNA and Founder of Clifton Lemon Associates, will present:
Light & Food: Designing for Atavistic Proclivities for Fun & Profit
New technologies and design possibilities today offer many exciting possibilities for restaurants and dining environments and some of the most interesting developments are in lighting. We are now in a phase of adapting to LEDs and intelligent sensor and control systems, but applying them effectively still requires a working understanding of basic physiological and behavioral responses - areas of study where much new learning is also taking place. Understanding history, culture and design also helps to put new technologies to use in the best way, creating better environments for eating and congregating.
This talk explores the latest developments in technology and biology, and provides an overview of lighting basics, science, and history related to food and light. You will learn how to combine new tools in different ways to create “multisensory magic” in the customer experience.