Lumos Solar: Changing the Perception of Solar Energy with SketchUp and 3D Warehouse

November 3, 2015
Boulder, CO based Lumos Solar (http://lumossolar.com) aims to turn solar panels into aesthetic and functional design elements. Communicating their design intentions with SketchUp and 3D Warehouse encourages widespread adoption on the road to a sustainable planet. And by the way, their arrays look awesome too! Visit Lumos' 3D Warehouse page to check out their models and find out more information. https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/user.html?id=u8604aa65-c849-4193-bb5f-a196b96c1f6d → Seen on the SketchUp Blog here: http://blog.sketchup.com/3dwarehouse/lumos-solar-making-solar-power-beautiful-using-sketchup
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