AGI32: changing the face of design

For the most part, using lighting calculation software has been a frustrating process for designers and architects alike – programs have been difficult to learn and slow to work. Getting to grips with lighting software in DOS format was time-consuming and keystroke-dependent, requiring a huge learning curve so that engineers ...

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