Directional design of lighting luminaire(s).
|List Options||Option Definition||Unit of Measure|
|Floodlighting||A system designed for lighting a scene or object to a luminance greater than its surroundings. It may be for utility, advertising or decorative purposes.||None|
|Omnidirectional||A system emits the majority of light produced in an even distribution.||None|
|Not applicable||Not applicable||None|
|Direct||Direct lighting, also known as down lighting, casts downwards from a luminaire to provide lighting with uniform levels of illumination. Open, louvered, and lensed luminaires can all be direct.||None|
|Indirect||Indirect lighting, also known as uplighting, casts upwards from a luminaire and bounces down to provide lighting with minimal glare and more uniform levels of illumination.||None|
|Direct indirect||Direct/Indirect (DID) lighting casts upwards and downwards from a luminaire to provide a combination of direct and indirect illumination.||None|
|Spotlight||A spotlight projects a narrow, intense beam of light directly onto a place or person, especially a performer on stage.||None|
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