Science guides our creative process and gives us a broader perspective on the complexity and beauty of the universe.  Natural sciences, astronomy, biology, and numerous other disciplines fuel our imagination and enrich our artistic vision. This knowledge manifests in creative expressions, where scientific principles and art intertwine.

The name RADIANCE (W/SR.M²) itself originates from radiometry and indicates how much of the power emitted or reflected by a surface will be received by an optical system looking at that surface from a specified angle of view. In this case, the solid angle of interest is an optical system, RADIANCE (W/SR.M²) is an indicator of how bright an object will appear. For this reason, RADIANCE (W/SR.M²) is sometimes called "BRIGHTNESS"