The Benefit of using False Colors



Aside from using isolux lines or grayscale gradients, the next best thing to simulate the illuminance or luminance  incident in a surface is by the use of false color display.

After calculation and when in 3D view, you can go to the false color display to choose either illuminance, lux or luminance cd/m2 to simulate it in your area. You also have the freedom to assign a color to your value.

This is a very clear way of explaining to your client the lux levels present in a given area rendered.

The good thing is that the false color display will appear both on your 3D render view and in your print out once selected.

Try it now.

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