The Orange Heliodon will be the core of a laboratory inside LEMA, being available to several universities and research centers in Mexico. It will integrate the other tools available at the LEMA Lab in Hermosillo: manual heliodon, wind tunnel, thermo cameras, software tools, etc.
The Orange Heliodon will be provided with the Nut luxmeter system and graphical user interface running on Windows 7 and greater.
We are very happy because after several years of messages between us and the directors of LEMA lab: Dr. José Manuel Ochoa and Dra. Irene Marincic, we are starting to work on a very interesting project for the evaluation of lighting and visual performance of buildings for the Mexican community. A community always interested in the investigation of the complex interplay of sun light, form and material. said Giulio M. Podestà, CEO of Nitter - betanit.com.
The Laboratorio de Energía, Medio Ambiente y Arquitectura (LEMA) has the objective of integrating practical activities into the Curriculum of the Architecture Career. By doing so, undergraduate students will have the opportunity to conduct experiments that explore how environmental factors include the process of architectural and urban design, both with physical models (study models) and with mathematical models, and computer simulations.
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