Architectural Light Studio

Architectural Light Studio (The ALS) is unrivaled software suite designed for creating, editing and playing back architectural and art lighting scenarios.

The ALS editor is required for:

  • creating a three-dimensional geometric layout of lighting equipment in 3D
  • creating a developed layout view on a plane with address assignment and equipment grouping
  • creating visual effects scenarios

Main benefits of the new software:

  • real-time lighting equipment simulation with calculation of illuminance according to luminaire .ies files;
  • – more than 500 IntiLED luminaires with W, RGB, RGBW color modes and up to 40 pixels per device;
  • – handy tools for creating complex layouts for luminaires of varied types, with an option to assign to building model surfaces;
  • – full-fledged display of buildings and environment as 3D models as well as ability to display dynamic lighting effects in real time;
  • – tools for creating lighting scenarios at the multi sequenced timeline;
  • – support of the Art-Net protocol enabling use of a wide spectrum of additional equipment;
  • – support up to 256 Universes and several automatic DMX addressing modes.

The debut of the ALS took place on The Light+Building 2014 in Frankfurt from March 30 to April 4, 2014

The ALS is written in vvvv by Ivan Rastr electronic crafts.
Please take a few minutes for video preview of The ALS v.0.95 beta

For further information about The Architectural Light Studio please contact IntiLED office

IntiLED team:
Sergey Matveev, Evgeniy Moskov, Uljana Vinogradova, Anton Lysenko, Elena Belova, Oleg Yaschenkov

Ivan Rastr electronic crafts team:
Alexey Beljakov vnm, Andrey Boyarintsev bo27, Anna Kerbo kerbo, Nikolay Matveev unc and specially invited Julien Vulliet vux Thanks to Minoru Ito mino for helping with AntTweakBar.

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