Encoded within light are the secrets of the universe. Yet, nothing is more intrinsic to our modern way of life than light, as easy to take for granted as the air we breathe. Somewhere between the unfathomable and the practical lies the inspirational. From fireworks that take months to choreograph to psychedelic light shows set to classic rock to a fierce round of Laser Tag at a child’s birthday party, light does more than simply illuminate our entertainments.
If nothing can impress like excess, Las Vegas is one of the most impressive cities in the world. That is the home of the Fountains of Bellagio, where light, water, and sound are mingled into one of the most complex fountain choreographies ever conceived. The Dubai Fountain, the largest dancing fountain system in the world, is equally impressive and in a city that is every bit as excessive. Watch for the skillful integration of light with the jetting water streams, which suggest a cadre of dancers flitting across the surface of the lake.
Of course, most people will not be using light as whimsically on such a grand scale. However, everyday uses of inspirational lighting is more important in the long run. How people choose to accentuate the environments of homes, businesses, and public places has a significant and enduring effect on day-to-day life – especially compared to the fleeting, albeit amazing, performances of light in a dancing fountain or a fireworks display. That is why, at Steiner Electric, accentuating environments is one of our specialties.
An energy audit from our proud Lighting Applications Group is capable of evaluating every lighting concern imaginable, whether residential, industrial, or municipal. While our lighting assessment includes security, efficiency, and productivity considerations, our design professionals are also experts in the aesthetics of environmental lighting. In addition to providing you with the many practical benefits of an energy audit from Steiner Electric, we can also advise you how to best coax your space to excite, inspire, or simply impress. And when we have a child’s birthday party as an excuse, some of us will even play a round or two of Laser Tag.