Harvard University’s daylighting tutorials
April 22nd, 2010
Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design have some interesting tutorials on the daylighting and getting started with Ecotect and Radiance for lighting analysis. They also have an excellent introduction on exporting Rhino models to Ecotect.
I feel these are great introductions especially for ungraduate students of architecture who want to incorporate basic daylighting studies in their projects.
Link: Harved G(SD)^2
Tags: analysis, daylighting, harvard university, radiance, rhino, tutorial
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