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Online course Dialux EVO 9.2 – Basic

195,00 €

Throughout this course you learn how to work with Dialux EVO a software program which is being used for lighting calculations. After completing this course, you can use the program and handle projects from start to finish. We will cover topics like importing files from other (CAD) software, show you how to build optimal visualizations and learn producing high-quality reports.

Why this course?
Within the lighting design process there are many situations when there is a need to provide insights about the intended end results. By expanding your knowledge of the EVO you will be able to show a better motivated proposal. With this software you can present your ideas to your client both the technical part as well the esthetical aspects of your design. With a thorough knowledge of the software you will enhance your professional appearance towards your client and your commercial opportunities will grow.


- user interface
- settings
- drawing a space
- CAD import
- cases interieur and exterior
- using objects
- selecting luminaires
- applying light sources
- lighting calculations from A to Z
- working with colors
- how to apply to norms and regulations
- light scenes
- materials and textures
- setting up client reports
- tips and more


- lessons online
- ask questions through email
- feedback on homework
- certificate after completion


Berry van Egten

Berry van Egten

lighting designer + lighting educator
Lighting Design Academy
  • Berry van Egten
    Professional expertise:
    • Msc Lighting Design
    • European Lighting Expert
    • Hogere Verlichtingskunde
    • (more on my LinkedIn profile)
    Work experience:        
    Working with light and lighting as an independent architectural lighting designer. Strongly involved and active within several international lighting associations.
    Current occupation:        
    • Lighting Designer
    • Lighting Educator
    • Course Developer
    • Certified Dialux EVO trainer

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