Almost every designer has built models of scenery for shows, and some have even tried to light these models to give an approximation of what light and color will do on the scenery and costumes. But until now, most of these models were lit via flashlights, projectors — basically anything that would produce light, but never in a scale equal to the set. Until now. Charles Kirby, a New York-based scenic and lighting designer, has created Lightbox, a design tool that represents a flexible space ...

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