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Do Metrics Matter?

Presentation / Conference
Innes, M., & Rosenfeld, S. (2019, May)
Do Metrics Matter?. Presented at LightFair International 2019
Lighting metrics are neither absolute quantitative nor purely qualitative experiential measurements. Possibly uniquely amongst the SI system of physical measurements, the Cand...

Lighting for Cities Inhabited by People, Not Cars: Community Co-Design and Creative Lighting

Conference Proceeding
Innes, M., & Winton, E. (2017)
Lighting for Cities Inhabited by People, Not Cars: Community Co-Design and Creative Lighting. In PLDC 6th Global Lighting Design Conference
Electric street lighting has developed wholly in the age of the motor car. Therefore, normal models of urban lighting are based firmly on designing for vehicle traffic. Standa...

True Colours: explorations in art, design and research

Conference Proceeding
Innes, M. (2017)
True Colours: explorations in art, design and research. In Color and Imaging Conference, (309-312
Do you see colour the same way that I see colour? As my initial training was as an artist, it is possible that I look at colour very differently from someone with a scientific...

Lighting and Museum Exhibits

Book Chapter
Innes, M. (2017)
Lighting and Museum Exhibits. In C. Papadopoulos, & H. Moyes (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Light in ArchaeologyOxford: Oxford University Press (OUP). https://doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780198788218.013.31
Museums exist to display and preserve valuable artefacts. Display lighting helps fulfil one of the main tenets of a museum, but excessive light causes irreparable damage to se...

The edges of lighting design Research and practice on the fringes

Conference Proceeding
Innes, M. (2017)
The edges of lighting design Research and practice on the fringes. In New Perspectives on the Future of Healthy Light and Lighting in Daily Life, (16-21
Research and practice on the fringes If architectural lighting design is contained within a defined circle, then the edges are, at the very least, quite blurred. All kinds of ...

Efficient or Effective

Journal Article
Innes, M. (2017)
Efficient or Effective. Lighting Magazine, 49(2), 100-107
Efficient or Effective: The contrast between these twin aspects of lighting cuts to the core of what it means to be a lighting designer. It poses the thorny question: what is ...

Research on the Chemical and Colour Changes of Historically Important Light-Sensitive Dyestuffs during Accelerated Light Ageing with Filtered Visible Light

Working Paper
Quye, A., Han, J. & Innes, M. (2016)
Research on the Chemical and Colour Changes of Historically Important Light-Sensitive Dyestuffs during Accelerated Light Ageing with Filtered Visible Light
Lighting is a key factor for the display and preservation of cultural heritage materials. This research pioneers the chemical investigation of colourants aged by visible light...

Unconventional Lighting

Presentation / Conference
Innes, M. (2016, November)
Unconventional Lighting
No abstract available.

How do you make a Lighting Designer?

Presentation / Conference
Innes, M. (2016, October)
How do you make a Lighting Designer?

The chemical effect of filtered visible light on light-sensitive dyes

Presentation / Conference
Quye, A., Han, J., & Innes, M. (2016, October)
The chemical effect of filtered visible light on light-sensitive dyes. Poster presented at Dyes in History and Archaeology 35 (DHA35), Pisa, Italy
Despite best efforts to remove damaging UV and short wavelength light from museum displays, dyes on historical textiles can still fade or change colour if visible light causes...
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Innovative Fibre Optic Lightsource for Illuminated Digital Textiles in Performance

2019 - 2020
Over the last two and a half years there has been considerable investment to develop the capacity for smart textile production as a light-emitting woven optical fibre lace fabric, and as an integrated...
Funder: Scottish Funding Council | Value: £7,500

Shona the Musical - Innovation Voucher

2018 - 2019
development of innovative projection system to allow responsive and live creation and manipulation of projected scenery for theatrical workshops.
Funder: Scottish Funding Council | Value: £4,998

Smart Textiles: Lit Lace for Performance

2018 - 2019
Smart Textiles: Lit Lace for performance, is one of twenty four projects funded by the second WEAR (Wearable technologists Engage with Artists for Responsible Innovation) Sustain call. WEAR is part o...
Funder: Interuniversitair Micro-Electronica Centrum vzw | Value: £3,030

Inverewe Night Trail - Follow-On Voucher

2018 - 2020
This project is to develop innovative system of creative lighting and projection to underpin a new tourism initiative at NTS Inverewe Gardens.
Funder: Scottish Funding Council | Value: £20,006

Innovative Lighting Solutions for Smart Textile Production

2017 - 2017
The project will develop specialised lighting systems appropriate for lighting woven optical fibre, develop lighting capacity as an integrated component, and advance large scale commercial manufacture...
Funder: Heriot Watt University | Value: £45,749

12 Closes Community Co-design Project, Phase 1

2016 - 2020
12 Closes is a 4 year project partnership with Edinburgh World Heritage to re-invigorate and redesign a series of the Royal Mile's pedestrian closes. The projects will be developed through a process o...
Funder: Edinburgh World Heritage | Value: £57,600

Lighting of the Edinburgh Closes

2015 - 2015
Edinburgh World Heritage is a charity set up with the purpose of protecting and enhancing the historic sites of Edinburgh’s Old and New Towns in keeping with its UNESCO World Heritage status. Althou...
Funder: Scottish Funding Council | Value: £5,001

Dunbar SciFest Projection Event

2015 - 2015
Dunbar Arts Trust is working with the Dunbar SciFest (with 8,500 visitors in 2014, it is possibly the largest primary school science festival in Europe) to develop an annual visual and performance art...
Funder: Scottish Funding Council | Value: £5,000

Edinburgh Zoo night trail innovation voucher

2014 - 2015
The Royal Zoological Society would like to work with academics and students at Napier University to scope a new and innovative event that attracts a new audience to Edinburgh Zoo. The aim of the event...
Funder: Scottish Funding Council | Value: £5,000

Kirkwall Festival of Light

2014 - 2015
Kirkwall is the capital town of the Orkney Islands. It has a population of around 8,500 people, but Orkney has over 140,000 visitors every year. The majority of visitors are in the summer months and J...
Funder: Scottish Funding Council | Value: £4,964

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