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The Lighting Nerds is a bi-monthly podcast that talks about the technology used in entertainment lighting, lighting industry news, hosts interviews with people in the field, and generally banter about lighting.
 
Lecture notes analysing a variety of elements of Huxley's text.
 
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It's the Lighting Nerds! Your go-to source for slightly up-to-date lighting information! In this episode: News Items The Vari-Lite VL10 WashBeam Circa-Scoop LED by Mega Lite. Interesting. The Altman AP-150. It's...an RGBW PAR. Notable Movements George Masek is back at VL. Woo, George! Notable Tours Frame By Frame Tea Time Controlling Media as a ...…
 
We're still not dead yet! Craig's back from Halsey, and Alex is done with his move. We're here to chew gum and make podcasts, and we're stock full of Juicy Fruit. Er, or something like that? Since I know you're listening, hi, Drew! Anyway, in this "ep": Industry news I lost the audio of our last show, which is why this has taken so long. Sorry. ...…
 
It's the TWENTY-FIFTH EPISODE of Lighting Nerds! In this episode, we keep Alex around, joke (or do we??) about being corporate shills, and talk about festival lighting. In this ep: News Items Alex sees the Portman lights, Craig still doesn't like them, exactly. The 2018 Superbowl halftime show The 2018 Winter Olympics - we can't review them, be ...…
 
It's the one with Brad Schiller! Fresh off the newly-reinstalled Silver Mac Tower of Audio is Episode 024 of The Lighting Nerds. In this "ep": News Items A new touring roadshow, from ENTECH. http://www.avnetwork.com/article.aspx?articleid=128052 GrandMA 3 orders exceeding expectations, delays of up to eighteen months expected. Portman releases ...…
 
We've fixed our audio! Thanks to everyone who sent me pineapples, I really appreciate it. Our title this time references electric toothbrushes, people...obviously... In this episode: News grandMA3! It's new! It's big! It has little letterbox screens that are just *begging* for a cool timecode view. GLP Force 120 It's a big ass fan. Not to be co ...…
 
Does anybody read these? If any of you are reading this, shoot me a email / DM / tag me with "pineapple". The Lighting Nerds! We're still around. Thanks so many to the many, many people who stepped up in to say that they'd be happy to host a show with me, it felt really good to find out that people still care and want to help. Introducing a new ...…
 
Somewhat approaching a normal release schedule, I hereby...release a new episode. Wherein I bungle a movie reference. In this episode: News items Mythos 2...it's...mythier? VL6000. Kinda cool. Watch Netflix's new series, Abstract: The Art of Design Tea Time - getting faster at punting, favorite macros Production review - Tobias Rylander, The 19 ...…
 
Remember when I said we'd be back soon? I lied. But Josh is back, and Gavin is not. It's Lighting Nerds, and we're still doing this! In this episode: News items Samsung acquires Harmon, including Martim. Cue the jokes about exploding moving lights WSJ's take on it: tl;dr: it's all about cars http://www.wsj.com/articles/samsung-to-buy-u-s-auto-p ...…
 
I'm back from LDI, Gavin is back from Europe and we're both seriously tossing around the idea of emigrating straight back to the shores of Britain! #election2016. In this episode: The PRG Ground Control Long Throw The laser phosphor thingy from Osram The Robe DLF7 wash Indoor spark projectors! They're kind of awesome T-Time (Tech time!) Fades, ...…
 
Dear interwebs, we promise never to be away this long again. If two or more of us aren't available, we'll do an episode anyway. Maybe a short one, maybe a long one, maybe with a guest. But we'll stick to that two week (about) schedule from now on. Probably. Maybe. Also, new cohost with Craig today: say 'ello to Josh. Gavin will be back in Novem ...…
 
Hot off the presses, it's a new episode of Lighting Nerds. We did this one right in the middle of being way distracted by houses, touring, and honey-do lists, and it shows a bit in the show. So uh, bear with us. News items The Olympic opening ceremonies are a thing that happened, and we acknowledge this. Strike 1 from Chauvet The Fuze Wash Z350 ...…
 
It's tour season, and Gavin and I are on the road and subsequently exhausted. But we keep making this for you, because, well, that's what we do. Anyway. In this episode: OSHA report on the Ringling Bros rigging failure - https://www.osha.gov/doc/engineering/2014_r_05.html Arrests made in Texas for people stealing from production trailers - http ...…
 
Thanks to the restorative powers of angry e-mails, we're back after a month hiatus! Whew! Let's get this show on the road! Guest star: Rowboat, the man with the Golden Voice Gavin and Craig have jobs, let us tell you about them Live Design Product of the Year Awards The GLP X4 Bar SGM G-1 Beam Ayrton Magic Dot R PRG Ground Control followspot Li ...…
 
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We've got everything this week: Craig's crappy on-location audio, new lights, quizzes, we're like a week late, and more! News items: Elation releases A moving head wash with lots of colors, the Platinum 7 An LED PAR that combines all the sources and zooms The eMotion, a moving head projector The Sniper Pro, a cool laser-like effect Martin relea ...…
 
Boy howdy, I was late on that one. But your loss is our, uh, gain? Or something like that. Anyway. In this episode: Ayrton makes cool stuff: https://vimeo.com/user25643031 Lighting Design, Console, and Programming Theory:effects Some e-mails: David Henry talks to us about termination, Amy Peryam asks about dealing with creative differences, and ...…
 
Hello lighting nerds! Sorry that this isn't the podcast, it's metelling you you're gonna have to wait until I can get this thingedited. Boo! Hiss! Deal wit it! -Craig
 
In this episode, Gavin admits some...personal shortcomings, namely, his obsession with tiny pieces of metal and glass that change the shape of a light beam. We're all here for you, Gavin. SRSLY THO Pro Light and Sound happened The Axiom happened Some other Martin fixtures happened, and Craig might be reviewing one Some Robe fixtures, including ...…
 
An on-time episode! It's like Christmas in March! In this episode: Gavin and Craig talk about their current projects. Craig does lights for Alan Jackson, Gavin is building a kick-ass previz rig. Industry news: Martin releases a teaser video for the MAC Axiom hybrid, which we still can't talk about Robert Juliat releases the DALIS LED cyc light, ...…
 
Geeze, enough with the late episodes, Craig! I was prepping a new rig and programming video and lighting alike and had two shows this weekend. Audio quality and editing skill in this episode: 6/10. Sorry. I'm on the road. Anyway, Episode 010 is hot off the proverbial presses and it's low-key but high in content. And fiber. Chauvet teases us wit ...…
 
We're back, 24 hours late this time because one of us - not saying who but his name rhymes with KAVIN - is cavorting about Europe, surrounded by history and country music fans. In this episode: Gavin is in Europe, and he caught a cold. Advance your show, especially in Europe. The Robe BFML A tragic and preventable accident in an Italian theatre ...…
 
Oh man, incandescent is back, and it's more efficient efficacious than ever, thanks to some MIT braniacs and the power of TEENY TINY THINGS. In this episode: MIT creates a ~40% efficacious light bulb with NANOSTUFF. Linky here: http://news.mit.edu/2016/nanophotonic-incandescent-light-bulbs-0111 Lighting Design, Console, and Programming theory: ...…
 
Hi guys! I'm trying some new things with the audio levels, trying to keep stuff around where most other podcasts are. So maybe you'll notice some changes from previous episodes in terms of audio levels. Shouldn't be too big an inconvenience. I hope. In this episode! We talk about Drafty, a new CAD tool for the entertainment industry The Chauvet ...…
 
Holy cow, two days late this time? Shame on us. We had some audio issues, okay? OKAY?!? Episode VI ETC's Source 4WRD, an LED retrofit The Elation 360i and the High End Uno - it's the year of the LED ACL beam, mark my words A review of the Martin MAC Quantum Profile - tl;dr, we like it Story time about followspots Lighting term of the day: stage ...…
 
Between having a nasty upper respiratory infection (just what you want when you're a podcaster) gigging over New Years, and moving to different houses, it's a wonder we're only fourteen hours late on this one. Anyway, fresh off the presses, it's Lighting Nerds, Episode 005 folks. In this edition: The Robe Square. It's certainly, uh, square. The ...…
 
It's the holiday season! In this episode of Lighting Nerds: Happy birthday Columbus McKinnon, visit their blog at: http://blog.cmworks.com/ Incandescent is dyyyyyying. Yes, it's true, thank science, and you can watch its death throes in art form: http://livedesignonline.com/architainment/rage-against-dying-light And then we talk about it. E-mai ...…
 
In this episode: History and terminology: Fresnel lenses Here's a diagram for your enjoyment: http://www.uq.edu.au/_School_Science_Lessons/27.5.1.4.GIF Industry news: The New York Times re-instates designer credits Tech talk: plots Note: you will notice that my voice changes dramatically about halfway throughout the episode. This is due to my r ...…
 
In this episode: History and terminology: Limelight Tech: LDI products: The PRG Ground Control remote followspot, the Martin Atomic 3000 LED Designing, specifying, and setting up a ground package Tour reviews: Mrs. Carter tour designed by LeRoy Bennet Links: http://livedesignonline.com/lighting/ldi-new-product-prg-groundcontrol-followspot-syste ...…
 
In this episode: History and terminology: "Leko" lights Tech: Lua scripting Lime and mint LEDs The Clay Paky Mythos Links: TimeLord's Lua scripting: https://www.timelord-mtc.com/index.php?cID=150 Ma-Share: www.ma-share.net CIE Color space: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CIE_1931_color_space Short aside folks: in this episode I say, in reference ...…
 
A bringing together of the various threads from this module of work - mainly looking at the way sex is represented in the text and what Huxley is using it for in terms of his wider intentions.By noreply@blogger.com (mrhenderson).
 
Huxley makes frequent connection between sex and violence in his text. This presentation examines a number of those incidents and explores why Huxley might have wanted to develop such explicit connections between pleasure and pain.By noreply@blogger.com (mrhenderson).
 
A discussion of issues that go beyond the text and Huxley's broader intentions. This presentation looks at how events in the novel connect to very modern issues, outside of Huxley's immediate awareness. By investigating the relationship between John and Lenina, we can find resonances of modern issues around consent - keeping the novel meaningfu ...…
 
An exploration of Chapter Five. Providing a close reading of this event as a means of exploring how Huxley creates a comic, yet disturbing quasi-religious ceremony to further alienate us from the World State and assist us in seeing its fundamental inhumanity.By noreply@blogger.com (mrhenderson).
 
A recount of what we looked at during a specific lesson. Considerations of the connection between religion and art and how art might replace religion in a society completely disconnected from religion.By noreply@blogger.com (mrhenderson).
 
An exploration of the how character foil can provide some insight into the power and impact art has. John's ability to express through art is countered by Helmholtz's comparative inability to express. Conclusions about what Huxley is saying can then be drawn.By noreply@blogger.com (mrhenderson).
 
A really brief, broad overviewof some ideas surrounding the purpose of modern art and the kinds of art that were surrounding Huxley when he was creating his novel. These attitudes could be seen as an influence in terms of how Huxley treats art throughout his novel.By noreply@blogger.com (mrhenderson).
 
The conclusion of the discussion around what art might do, what was going on with art around Huxley's time and what this might have to do with how we treat the novel.By noreply@blogger.com (mrhenderson).
 
Introduction to a different literary technique: the character foil. Then a discussion of how John works as a foil and the relationship between Bernard and John.By noreply@blogger.com (mrhenderson).
 
Discussion and analysis of Huxley's choice to make strong connections between John and biblical imagery, particularly Christ imagery. Also, some thinking around how John's spirituality might tell us something about the meaning of life.By noreply@blogger.com (mrhenderson).
 
John uses Shakespeare a lot as a means of understanding people, places, situations, experiences and his own feelings. This presentation explores that and discusses why this is important to an analysis of the text.By noreply@blogger.com (mrhenderson).
 
An analysis of John's relationship with the reader, as well as an examination of how this relationship manipulates the reader into a general dislike for the World State.By noreply@blogger.com (mrhenderson).
 
A more general analysis of what we learn about John in Chapter 8, plus a run down of important changes that happen in his character once he's brought back to the World State.By noreply@blogger.com (mrhenderson).
 
Part two of a general analysis of how characters are used in novels.By noreply@blogger.com (mrhenderson).
 
Part one of a general analysis of character in novels.By noreply@blogger.com (mrhenderson).
 
An analysis of this episode from Chapter 15.By noreply@blogger.com (mrhenderson).
 
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